The impact of implementing the EU Floods Directive on international, national and local policy
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|1 online resource (PDF, VIII, 113, VII pages) illustrations|
|Student report, Wageningen University, Land Use Planning|
|Msc Thesis||MSc Thesis Land Use Planning - Landscape Architecture and Planning - Land Use Planning - Wageningen University|
|Toelichting (Engels)||This thesis describes the analysis of the impact the implementation of the EU floods Directive has on policy. The analysis was done by researching the implementation of the Directive in the German and Dutch part of the river Rhine with a focus on the border area, namely: North Rhine Westphalia and Gelderland. The study was done on seven main themes derived from the Directive: 1) Collaboration in flood risk management, 2) Risk assessment, 3) Maps, Flood risk management plans approach, 4) Scenario approach, 5) Public involvement and 6) Feedback in the Directive. The theoretical lenses conformance, performance and performativity were respectively used to research how conform implemented flood risk management policies are to the Directive, where policy making was performance based and how performativity played a role in this implementation.|