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Record number 533507
Title Incentives to contribute to flood adaptation in cities : Stakeholder analyses in Belgium, the UK and the Netherlands
Author(s) Soma, Katrine; Dijkshoorn-Dekker, Marijke; Polman, Nico
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Economic Research (Wageningen Economic Research report 2018-013) - ISBN 9789463438902 - 75
Department(s) LEI Green Economy and Landuse
WASS
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2018
Abstract Increasingly, urban stakeholders are becoming more engaged in contributing to reducing the intensified flooding risks due to climate change in Belgium, the UK and the Netherlands. The aim of this study is to motivate stakeholder engagement for urban flood management. A template is provided including a total of four steps defining stakeholder positions, task roles and barriers, and showing how to deal with the barriers by suggesting communication levels, strategies and approaches. Overall, green solutions to drainage are thought to be favourable to quality of life, recreation, playground, air quality, health, heat stress, and depending on levels of inclusiveness, green can also contribute to social cohesion.
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0b0c9bb5-dea4-47b2-a333-ed1a2753e9b5@surfguest.nl said...

Urbanization is must in every sector for better results and glad to find this study which motivates stakeholder engagement for urban flood management by offering Incentives to contribute to flood adaptation in cities and conducting Stakeholder analyses, so they can become more engaged in contributing to dropping the strengthened flooding risks due to climate change.

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