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Toward More Resilient Flood Risk Governance
Guest Editorial
Toward more resilient flood risk governance
Peter P. J. Driessen, Dries L. T. Hegger, Marloes H. N. Bakker, Helena F. M. W. van Rijswick, and Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz
Synthesis
Review of the flood risk management system in Germany after the major flood in 2013
Annegret H. Thieken, Sarah Kienzler, Heidi Kreibich, Christian Kuhlicke, Michael Kunz, Bernhard Mühr, Meike Müller, Antje Otto, Theresia Petrow, Sebastian Pisi, and Kai Schröter
Research
Coproducing flood risk management through citizen involvement: insights from cross-country comparison in Europe
Hannelore Mees, Ann Crabbé, Meghan Alexander, Maria Kaufmann, Silvia Bruzzone, Lisa Lévy, and Jakub Lewandowski
Dealing with flood damages: will prevention, mitigation, and ex post compensation provide for a resilient triangle?
Cathy Suykens, Sally J Priest, Willemijn J van Doorn-Hoekveld, Thomas Thuillier, and Marleen van Rijswick
Distributional effects of flood risk management—a cross-country comparison of preflood compensation
Willemijn J. van Doorn-Hoekveld, Susana B. Goytia, Cathy Suykens, Stephen Homewood, Thomas Thuillier, Corinne Manson, Piotr J. Chmielewski, Piotr Matczak, and Helena F.M.W van Rijswick
Path-dependency and policy learning in the Dutch delta: toward more resilient flood risk management in the Netherlands?
Arwin van Buuren, Gerald Jan Ellen, and Jeroen F. Warner
A framework for evaluating the effectiveness of flood emergency management systems in Europe
Herman Kasper Gilissen, Meghan Alexander, Piotr Matczak, Maria Pettersson, and Silvia Bruzzone
Resilient flood risk strategies: institutional preconditions for implementation
Berry Gersonius, Arwin van Buuren, Marit Zethof, and Ellen Kelder
Shock events and flood risk management: a media analysis of the institutional long-term effects of flood events in the Netherlands and Poland
Maria Kaufmann, Jakub Lewandowski, Adam Choryński, and Mark Wiering
Toward more flood resilience: Is a diversification of flood risk management strategies the way forward?
Dries L. T. Hegger, Peter P. J. Driessen, Mark Wiering, Helena F. M. W. van Rijswick, Zbigniew W. Kundzewicz, Piotr Matczak, Ann Crabbé, G. Tom Raadgever, Marloes H. N. Bakker, Sally J. Priest, Corinne Larrue, and Kristina Ek
Solidarity in water management
Andrea Keessen, Martinus J. Vink, Mark Wiering, Daan Boezeman, Wouter Ernst, Heleen Mees, Saskia Van Broekhoven, and Marjolein C. J. Van Eerd
The European Union approach to flood risk management and improving societal resilience: lessons from the implementation of the Floods Directive in six European countries
Sally J Priest, Cathy Suykens, Helena F.M.W. Van Rijswick, Thomas Schellenberger, Susana Goytia, Zbigniew W Kundzewicz, Willemijn J van Doorn-Hoekveld, Jean-Christophe Beyers, and Stephen Homewood
Is flood defense changing in nature? Shifts in the flood defense strategy in six European countries
Mathilde Gralepois, Corinne Larrue, Mark Wiering, Ann Crabbé, Sue Tapsell, Hannelore Mees, Kristina Ek, and Malgorzata Szwed
Dealing with change and uncertainty within the regulatory frameworks for flood defense infrastructure in selected European countries
Susana Goytia, Maria Pettersson, Thomas Schellenberger, Willemijn J van Doorn-Hoekveld, and Sally Priest
Changed knowledge requirements for spatial flood governance
Emmy Bergsma
Flood risk mitigation in Europe: how far away are we from the aspired forms of adaptive governance?
Marie Fournier, Corinne Larrue, Meghan Alexander, Dries Hegger, Marloes Bakker, Maria Pettersson, Ann Crabbé, Hannelore Mees, and Adam Chorynski
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