The undebated issue of justice : silent discourses in Dutch flood risk management

@inproceedings{Kaufmann2017TheUI,
  title={The undebated issue of justice : silent discourses in Dutch flood risk management},
  author={Maria Kaufmann and Sally Priest and Pieter Leroy},
  year={2017}
}
Flood risk of all types of flooding is projected to increase based on climate change projections and increases in damage potential. These challenges are likely to aggravate issues of justice in flood risk management (hereafter FRM). Based on a discursive institutionalist perspective, this paper explores justice in Dutch FRM: how do institutions allocate the responsibilities and costs for FRM for different types of flooding? What are the underlying conceptions of justice? What are the future… CONTINUE READING

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