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This articleprovides insights and lessons from two case studies of unprecedented landslide-triggered tsunami risk in recently deglaciated areas that have not previously been described in the relocation literature: Iceland and Greenland.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)
Cover Council of the Baltic Sea States
The Project aimed to empower children and youth to play an active role as contributors to societal resilience and to remove barriers to their active involvement in prevention, preparedness, response, and recovery.
Council of the Baltic Sea States
Policy brief: Nordic perspectives on transboundary climate risk
As open economies, the Nordic countries can be exposed to transboundary climate risks (TCRs). This report makes recommendations on how the Nordics can better address TCRs together, through joint research, awareness raising and private sector engagement.
Nordic Cooperation
The more than seven million drivers and their passengers crossing the Sound via the Øresund bridge and tunnel each year can now rest assured a storm surge will not leave them stranded along the way.
Ministry of Environment (Denmark)
Seven cast-iron manhole covers on the ground are the only sign of extensive and very complex flood protection for the Citadel in Østerbro, Copenhagen. The Citadel is one of the best-preserved fortification works in Northern Europe.
Ministry of Environment (Denmark)
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen, in collaboration with the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), have used detailed weather models to clearly tie increased temperatures to the historic cloudburst over Copenhagen in July of 2011.
University of Copenhagen
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This study develops a novel approach for prioritizing hazards for the risk assessment of infrastructure. It is applied to hazard scenarios that could cause serious disruption to the infrastructure in the Øresund region over a period of 5 years.
Natural Hazards (Springer)
Pink water tube on the shore in Frederikssund in Denmark to prevent flooding from Storm Malik.
As one of the most developed countries in Europe with a high per-capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP), it is important to understand the scale of flood risk in Denmark.
Ambiental Technical Solutions Ltd
Hurricane Ophelia hits Ireland
Hewlett Packard Enterprise's supercomputer will be built using the HPE Cray system that features powerful, end-to-end performance to speed time-to-predictions with higher resolution, helping weather services issue timely alerts and improve services.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Irish Weather Online Danish Meteorological Institute Icelandic Met Office Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute

This publication discusses the potential for flood risk to affect the share of credit institutions'' exposure. Climate change is impacting society already today and will have further consequences in the future. A successful green transition will require

Danmarks National Bank