Flood resilience technology in Europe: identifying barriers and co‐producing best practice

@article{White2018FloodRT,
  title={Flood resilience technology in Europe: identifying barriers and co‐producing best practice},
  author={Ian R. White and Angela Connelly and Stephen Garvin and Nigel Lawson and Paul O’Hare},
  journal={Journal of Flood Risk Management},
  year={2018},
  volume={11},
  pages={S468–S478}
}
© 2016 The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) and John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Flood resistance (FRe) and resilience technologies hold considerable potential to limit the damage caused by flooding. Resistance technologies generally aim to keep water out of buildings, while resilient measures may allow ingress but create the conditions for a quicker recovery of individuals, communities and buildings. However, despite their potential contribution to flood risk… Expand

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