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|Title:||Flood Risk Management in England|
|Other Titles:||Building flood resilience in a changing climate|
Drivers of flood risk
|Publisher:||The Geneva Association|
|Abstract:||As a part of a comprehensive review of flood risk management in mature economies, this report looks at the system in England, where insurance take-up is high and climate change is taken into account. It finds that the current system is in transition, with the focus shifting towards flood resilience; however, progress is slow and more needs to be done to incentivise risk reduction and avoid over-reliance on structural protection and the future availability of insurance.|
|Appears in Collections:||Governance|
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