Flooding is a significant natural hazard in many areas around the world, including the UK and the Netherlands. Flood risk is a combination of hazard with exposure and vulnerability to the flood, which depend on various socio-economic, cultural, historical and political factors. Since these factors vary significantly around the world, flood management is location-specific. There are, however, opportunities to learn from successful approaches and adapt flood management to reduce flood risk in the Anthropocene.
This research is done by Lucinda Capewell.
- Capewell et al., 2018 – Is risk perception changing with evolving fluvial flood risk management practices in the UK and Netherlands?