Shared roles and responsibilities in flood risk management

  title={Shared roles and responsibilities in flood risk management},
  author={Sally Priest},
  journal={Journal of Flood Risk Management},
  • S. Priest
  • Published 22 February 2019
  • Business
  • Journal of Flood Risk Management
The need for communities to be more resilient to flood risk is well recognised, and there is much debate about how this can be best achieved. In her editorial in December 2018, Journal of Flood Risk Management (JFRM) Associate Editor Burrell Montz raised the important question of what a resilient community might look like and how progress towards resilience can be measured (Montz, 2018). The importance of assisting and empowering at-risk communities to understand and manage their flooding has… 
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