The Cluster Eau Lémanique Evian and the city of Evian propose the organization of a congress on the theme "Monitoring and sustainable management of mountain aquatic environments”
Action Group 8 - Risk governance
Sustainable and effective protection from natural hazards is an essential predisposition for settling, as well as, socio-economic development in the Alps. Limited settlement space and climate change lead to increasing exposure and damage risk of private property and infrastructure in the Alps. The interests of economic development, social welfare, mobility and tourism need to balance risk reduction and safety management. This requires new risk governance instruments and processes with a view to find the optimal approach for multiple land use demands.
"Environment and Energy"
Therefore Action Group 8 aims at improving risk management and better managing climate change in the Alpine Region by pursuing the following objectives:
- Stocktaking of relevant actors and interests, mapping and enhancing governance structures and processes in the policy fields of risk/hazard management and climate change adaptation
- Improving risk and adaptation governance mechanisms in the EUSALP region by enhancing, valorizing and leveraging the existing cooperation structures
- Identification of good practice solutions in tackling challenges in natural hazard and climate change adaptation policy
- Promoting, developing and implementing local, regional and international pilot projects and programs based on strategic priorities, and exploring funding opportunities on both EU as well as national/regional/private levels
State of knowledge, future challenges and options for an integrated fire management
|06 Feb 2020|
The “Climate Adaptation Platform for the Alps - CAPA” (www.capa-eusalp.eu) was initially developed by the C3-Alps project and has been re-launched...
|05 Dec 2019|
The protective functions of forests offer ecological, economic and sustainable protection against natural hazards and related risks. On the 26th and 27th September 2019, EUSALP AG8...
|02 Oct 2019|
This report summarizes findings of the study on Governance of climate adaptation in the countries of the Alpine macro region on mainstreaming and scaling climate change adaptation (CCA) and...
|20 Sep 2019|
The EUSALP objectives highlight cross-cutting policy areas and especially governance. Action Group 8 therefore carried out a status quo analysis of risk governance in the field of natural hazard...
|12 Apr 2019|
Despite high investments in protection measures against natural hazards during the last years, heavy damages are still occurring. One reason for these damages is that extreme events can exceed the...
|17 Jul 2018|
Workshop: Going local – “Green infrastructure” meets “climate adaptation strategies”
|15 Dec 2017|
14/12/2021 - 09:00 to 15/12/2021 - 19:00
The European Union Strategy for the Alpine Region (EUSALP) brings together seven countries and almost 50 regions. For these countries, the Alps, including their foothills and lowland areas, are both a distinct advantage and a particular challenge.