Good practices

Good Practices

In FLOOD-WISE a good practice has been defined as a practical experience or methodology that meets with the following criteria:

  • identified in FLOOD-WISE, during the phases ‘assessment’, ‘mapping’ and ‘planning’ – but not necessarily new;
  • cross-border relevance;
  • related to flooding;
  • improved efficiency – lower costs and/or increased effect;
  • examples of integrated river basin management.

A good practice preferably meets all the criteria but does not necessarily do so. Cases from other policy fields (e.g. cross-border water quality management) may be a good practice as well.

For an overview of all the FLOOD-WISE good practices, please download the report:
Good Practices Report

Or download the individual good practices from the list below:

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