LAND4FLOOD activities are organized according to three Working Groups:

WG1 Environmental conditions

The effects of land on catchment hydrology

A comprehensive understanding of the effects of land use and land management on local and catchment-scale hydrology is needed to support programs of measures, which make use of private land to reduce downstream flood risk. READ MORE

WG2 Socio-political contexts

Property rights, opportunities and limitations for negotiating land for flood risk management

Increasing the flood retention capacities of river catchments demands a better understanding of the types of land uses prevailing along rivers as well as of the ownership structure of land suitable for flood retention. READ MORE

WG3 Stakeholders and interests

Negotiating and mobilizing processes to secure land for flood risk management

This WG aims to develop a comprehensive set of tools and instruments that support the mobilization of private land for flood retention. READ MORE