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The floods directive: lessons from Germany for effective implementation

Source(s):  European Commission (EC)

This pamphlet presents two case studies of flooding in Germany which were used to identify four main recommendations: (i) decisions at the catchment scale should be discussed with local stakeholders at sub-catchment levels; (ii) all stakeholders should be encouraged to participate; (iii) methods to improve this dialogue, such as workshops aimed at developing solutions, should be included; (iv) communication is key to effective flood risk management plans.



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  • The floods directive: lessons from Germany for effective implementation
  • Publication date 2013
  • Number of pages 1 p.

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