SAFERPLACES Improved assessment of pluvial, fluvial and coastal flood hazards and risks in European cities as a means to build safer and resilient communities
The main objective of the SAFERPLACES project is to develop and test innovative climate, hydrologic and hydraulic, topographic, and economic modelling techniques to assess pluvial, fluvial, and coastal flood hazards and risk in urban environments under current and future climates.
This survey aims to gather experiences and feedback on flood hazard and risk tools by potential end-users to foster the discussion on building safer and resilient communities during the project's stakeholder meetings that will take place in the last trimester of 2019 in the three project pilot countries (Italy, Germany and Spain). With this questionnaire, we are pleased to invite you to the local meetings of your preference (data, location and agenda will be communicated by email in due time).
Feel free to contact us at the following address
for any clarification about the project and on the following questions.
You will be contacted, in any case, by the end of the project, to be informed about the project results.
Thank you for your collaboration!
The SAFERPLACES team.
SAFERPLACES is a project funded by
The SAFERPLACES consortium:
Academia and Research
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