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Title: Institutional and Governance Dimensions of Flood Risk Management: Bridging Principles on Water Resources and Disaster Mitigation
Authors: ADB; Osti, Rabindra
Issue Date: Dec-2019
Description: This working paper proposes flood footprint and accountability to coordinate risk management projects through appropriate spatial planning at river basin scale. Flood footprint is defined as the potential impacts of floods on different sectors and vice versa. It is useful as a mechanism to guide institutional arrangements and administrative procedures for activities within flood risk zones and in adjoining areas. The paper also discusses a trial study in the Longxi River basin that demonstrates how technical tools could be used to assess the probable change in flood footprint from different risk management scenarios.
Country: China
People's Republic of
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