Transnational collaboration  in natural hazards and risk management  in the Alpine Space  A flexible response network   An...
HQ30 (2000) Source: Staffler et al. 2008
HQ30 (2050) Source: Staffler et al. 2008
HQ100 (2000) Source: Staffler et al. 2008
HQ100 (2050) Source: Staffler et al. 2008
Consequences for risk prevention
Open questions in risk management practice – challenges  <ul><li>Is this case study representative for most of flooding ar...
Common problems – common solutions
Recommendations for improving risk management Source: ClimChAlp 2008    Improving interfaces between all relevant actors
Conclusions <ul><li>Some stakeholders could find the time for specialization to an important topic while learning from oth...
 
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Transnational collaboration in natural hazards and risk management in the Alpine Space – A flexible response network

  1. 1. Transnational collaboration in natural hazards and risk management in the Alpine Space A flexible response network Andreas Zischg, Peter Greminger 2 nd June 2010 Davos
  2. 2. HQ30 (2000) Source: Staffler et al. 2008
  3. 3. HQ30 (2050) Source: Staffler et al. 2008
  4. 4. HQ100 (2000) Source: Staffler et al. 2008
  5. 5. HQ100 (2050) Source: Staffler et al. 2008
  6. 6. Consequences for risk prevention
  7. 7. Open questions in risk management practice – challenges <ul><li>Is this case study representative for most of flooding areas of the Alps? </li></ul><ul><li>Should we take into acount effects of future climatic changes while making flood hazard maps today? </li></ul><ul><li>If so, which scenario do we assume? </li></ul><ul><li>How do we adapt our risk management practice to the effects of climatic changes? What should we do? </li></ul><ul><li>Is this relevant for all communities? </li></ul> Scientific level  Strategic level  Economic level  Responsability level  Practical level
  8. 8. Common problems – common solutions
  9. 9. Recommendations for improving risk management Source: ClimChAlp 2008  Improving interfaces between all relevant actors
  10. 10. Conclusions <ul><li>Some stakeholders could find the time for specialization to an important topic while learning from other specialists in other topics of risk management. </li></ul><ul><li>Instead of finding solutions from nil, stakeholder can build on experiences of others. </li></ul><ul><li>The variety of approaches in natural hazards management in the Alps forms an immense toolbox of methods for facing challenges in everyday practice. </li></ul><ul><li>The variety of approaches and the transnational collaboration forms a flexible network for responding to the challenges in risk management practice. </li></ul><ul><li>Knowledge transfer between different actors play a key role in adapting risk management practice to the effects of climatic changes. </li></ul>

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