A Case Study about Improving the Active Involvement of Stakeholders
Abstract. The EU Flood Risk Management Directive 2007/60/EC aims at an active involvement of interested parties in the setting up of ﬂood risk management plans and thus calls for more governance-related decision-making. This requirement has two perspectives. On the one hand, there is (1) the question of how decision-makers can improve the quality of their governance process. On the other hand, there is (2) the question of how the public shall be appropriately informed and involved. These questions were the centre of the ERA-Net CRUE-funded project IMRA that aimed at an optimisation of the ﬂood risk management process by increasing procedural efﬁciency with an explicit involvement strategy.
Introduction: The 2nd Funding Initiative on “ﬂood resilient communities managing the consequence of ﬂooding” stressed that a particular challenge for governmental institutions and water authorities is to strengthen public participation in the establishment of future approaches to ﬂood risk management. This is in line with the requirements of Article 10 of the EU Flood Risk Management Directive 2007/60/EC which aims at an active involvement of interested parties in the setting up ﬂood risk management plans.
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