Decision Making and Coastal Risks: A Good Practice Guide.
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Atlantic Network for Coastal Risks Management
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The objective of this handbook is to provide a Good Practice Guide to facilitate the inclusion of coastal risk into decisions made in the coastal zone. This handbook is aimed at those involved in coastal planning and decision making. It is designed to be used with the information available from the ANCORIM project on coastal risks. The handbook is also designed to be accessible to a wider audience who wish to improve their knowledge of coastal risks and how they relate to decision making in the coastal zone. The handbook outlines the key coastal risks identified in the western coastal regions of Europe. It outlines the existing governance at international and national level and identifies regional models and best practice within and adjacent to the ANCORIM project members. The handbook also identifies where coastal risk can be included within decision making, the obligations of coastal decision makers and the applicability of the handbook’s information to the day-.....
PublisherAtlantic Network for Coastal Risks Management
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.2
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
Spatial CoverageEuropean waters
CitationAtlantic Network for Coastal Risks Management (2017) Decision Making and Coastal Risks: A Good Practice Guide. Atlantic Network for Coastal Risks Management (ANCORIM), 56pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1729