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24.05.2012

Risk Governance and changing risks: Important considerations in how risk management strategies must adapt to changing hydro-meteorological risks

Teresa Sprague M. Sc. Institute of Spatial Planning (IRPUD), Faculty of Spatial Planning, TU Dortmund University

This presentation reflects research completed as part of the collaborative effort for the Marie Curie Initial Training Network, Changing Hydro-meteorological Risks as Analyzed by a New Generation of European Scientists (CHANGES) under the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme for Research (FP7). Within four pre-determined case studies, (France, Italy, Poland and Romania), the research identifies risk assessment, risk management and risk communication as the different components of risk governance within a comparative framework. The end result of the comparative analysis works toward the creation of guidelines for good risk governance practices that are commonly applicable as well as those elements that have to be tailor-made for the regional context of each case study region.

The poster of this colloquium can be found here.