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Flanders: Regional Organization of Water and Drought and Using Data as Driver for Change

Flanders: Regional Organization of Water and Drought and Using Data as Driver for Change

Tröltzsch, Jenny; Rodrigo Vidaurre; Hans Bressers et. al. 2016: "Flanders: Regional Organization of Water and Drought and Using Data as Driver for Change", in: Bressers, Hans; Nanny Bressers; Corinne Larrue (eds.): Governance for Drought Resilience. Land and Water Drought Management in Europe. Heidelberg: SpringerOpen, 139-158.


Citation

Tröltzsch, Jenny; Rodrigo Vidaurre; Hans Bressers et. al. 2016: "Flanders: Regional Organization of Water and Drought and Using Data as Driver for Change", in: Bressers, Hans; Nanny Bressers; Corinne Larrue (eds.): Governance for Drought Resilience. Land and Water Drought Management in Europe. Heidelberg: SpringerOpen, 139-158.

Language
English
Author(s)
Hans Bressers
Alison Browne
Isabelle La Jeunesse
Maia Lordkipanidze
Willem Defloor
Willem Maetens
Kris Cauwenberghs
Publisher
Year
2016
ISBN
978-3-319-29669-2, 978-3-319-29671-5 (eBook)
Dimension
20 pp.
Table of Contents

7.1 Introduction
7.2 The Regional Organization of Drought Management: Flemish Water Management
7.2.1 Water Management in Flanders
7.2.2 Evolution of Flanders’ Water Policy
7.3 The Flemish Geo-hydrological Context: Using Data for Cooperation
7.3.1 Drought in the Context of Water Management in Flanders
7.3.2 To Measure Is to Know: A Framework for Drought Monitoring and Modelling
7.3.3 Turning Data into Information and Cooperation
7.4 Governance Assessment: Improvements in Drought Awareness but not There yet
7.4.1 Extent
7.4.2 Coherence
7.4.3 Flexibility
7.4.4 Intensity
7.4.5 Summary
7.5 Improving Drought Governance in Flanders: Conclusions and Recommendations
7.5.1 Overall Conclusions
7.5.2 Increasing Awareness for Droughts
7.5.3 Mainstreaming Drought Risks and Preparedness
7.5.4 Engagement with Other Public Actors
7.5.5 Evaluate the Importance of Data Availability Gaps and Prioritize Which to Address
References

Keywords
Flanders