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Record nummer 2204319
Titel artikel Resilient flood risk strategies: institutional preconditions for implementation
Auteur(s) Gersonius, B. ; Buuren, A. van ; Zethof, M. ; Kelder, E.
Tijdschrifttitel Ecology & society : a journal of integrative science for resilience and sustainability
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 21(2016)28
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Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) There is a growing recognition of resilience enhancement as an additional objective for adaptation. This will typically involve enhancing the preparedness and capacity to respond to the impacts of climate change. Within flood risk practice, resilient strategies focus on reducing impacts from flooding through better prevention and preparedness. Such strategies will not only reduce existing risk levels, but could also make the social-ecological system more robust for extreme flood events. This is because they seek to prevent those impacts on the system from which recovery is extremely difficult without outside help. Besides that, resilient strategies increase the prospect for the realization of cobenefits, particularly when measures are selected within the spatial domain. Implementing resilient strategies, however, faces many difficulties, particularly in countries like the Netherlands and Poland where prevalent governance arrangements are aimed to facilitate resistant strategies, focusing exclusively on flood protection. We analyzed these implementation difficulties for the Island of Dordrecht, which is a front-runner case of resilient flood risk governance in the Netherlands.
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