Recognition of differences in the capacity to deal with floods—A cross-country comparison of flood risk management

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Pauuw, M., Smith, G., Crabbé, A., Fournier, M., Munck af Rosenschöld, J., Priest, S. and Rekola, A. 2024. Recognition of differences in the capacity to deal with floods—A cross-country comparison of flood risk management. Journal of Flood Risk Management. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfr3.12965
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TitleRecognition of differences in the capacity to deal with floods—A cross-country comparison of flood risk management
AuthorsPauuw, M., Smith, G., Crabbé, A., Fournier, M., Munck af Rosenschöld, J., Priest, S. and Rekola, A.
Abstract

Flood risks worldwide are increasing due to climate change. Managing these risks is ever more necessary. Although flood risk management (FRM) is often understood as a technical challenge, it also involves decisions about the distribution of resources and risks in floods, which can be inherently unfair. People are disparately affected by floods due to their location. Because of their various socioeconomic and demographic characteristics, they also differ in their capacity to deal with floods. These differences need to be recognised in FRM to prevent disproportionate impacts on vulnerable communities. However, at present, a knowledge gap exists on how to make FRM more inclusive and just, and discussions on recognition justice in the context of FRM are scarce. This article therefore examines recognition of differences in the capacity of people to deal with floods in FRM in England (United Kingdom), Finland, Flanders (Belgium) and France. We analyse if, and how, these differences are recognised in FRM policy and practice and through decision-making procedures, drawing on examples from the implementation of five FRM strategies in each country (flood risk prevention, flood defence, flood risk mitigation, flood preparation and flood recovery). Furthermore, we aim to highlight opportunity spaces to strengthen recognition justice in future FRM.

Keywordsclimate change adaptation; environmental justice; floods; flood risk management; (in)equality; recognition justice; vulnerability
Sustainable Development Goals11 Sustainable cities and communities
10 Reduced inequalities
13 Climate action
Middlesex University ThemeSustainability
Research GroupFlood Hazard Research Centre
LanguageEnglish
PublisherWiley
JournalJournal of Flood Risk Management
ISSN
Electronic1753-318X
Publication dates
Online09 Jan 2024
Publication process dates
Submitted23 Jun 2023
Accepted20 Nov 2023
Deposited07 Feb 2024
Output statusPublished
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1111/jfr3.12965
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