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Crowdsourced vehicle data trace the contours of dangerous city temperatures
Scientific American, a Division of Nature America, Inc.
In recent years, Austria has been hit by a series of extreme flood events, gravely impacting its infrastructure and people. Despite measures put in place to tackle flood risk, devastating flood events affect the country every year. How can these risks be mitigated?
Ambiental Technical Solutions Ltd
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This paper aims to assess and explain institutional innovations in natural hazard risk management by analyzing examples of multi-functional protection schemes, which are distinctive to mainstream solutions.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)
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This study explores the application of the regional floodplain evaluation matrix (RegioFEM) to help flood risk managers manage increasing challenges in anticipating future developments and coordinating regional flood risk management.
Journal of Flood Risk Management (Wiley)
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This report details the effects of climate change on health that are already being felt today in Austria. Transformation research and research-led teaching can accelerate transformative development paths and foster new interdisciplinary solutions.
Austrian Panel on Climate Change

This paper discusses the procedures installed over time for planned relocation along the Danube River in Austria and lessons learned from the varying success these procedures had. This paper first describes the government's approach on planned relocation

Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre

In the present paper, institutional vulnerability is defined and its main pillars and drivers are identified. A framework is presented showing the interactions between the drivers of institutional vulnerability and the indicators of other vulnerability

Environmental Research Letters (IOP)
The study results are based on investigations of repeated mass movements and are expected to benefit planning, maintenance, and development of infrastructure.
Graz University of Technology

In order to address residual risks and to reduce the damages from overload events, a combination of structural protection measures with additional, nonstructural measures is required. Based on data collected through a literature review, a questionnaire

International Journal of Disaster Risk Science

Climate and weather-related damage have been increasing globally in recent decades. Due to climate change and socio-economic developments, a further increase in climate-related risks is expected. Numerous countries have a long and successful history in

International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis