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Provedor de dados:  7
País:  Canada
Título:  Coproducing flood risk management through citizen involvement: insights from cross-country comparison in Europe
Autores:  Mees, Hannelore; Research Group Environment and Society, University of Antwerp; hannelore.mees@uantwerpen.be
Alexander, Meghan; Flood Hazard Research Centre, Middlesex University ; m.c.alexander@mdx.ac.uk
Kaufmann, Maria; Institute for Management Research, Radboud University Nijmegen; m.kaufmann@fm.ru.nl
Bruzzone, Silvia; CITERES Research Centre, François Rabelais University of Tours; silvia.bruzzone@enpc.fr
Lewandowski, Jakub; Institute for Agricultural and Forest Environment, Polish Academy of Science; jakub.lewandowski22@gmail.com
Data:  2016-08-15
Ano:  2016
Palavras-chave:  Codelivery
Coproduction
Cross-country comparison
Flood risk governance
Flood risk responsibilities
Legitimacy
Public participation
Resilience
Resumo:  Across Europe, citizens are increasingly expected to participate in the implementation of flood risk management (FRM), by engaging in voluntary-based activities to enhance preparedness, implementing property-level measures, and so forth. Although citizen participation in FRM decision making is widely addressed in academic literature, citizens’ involvement in the delivery of FRM measures is comparatively understudied. Drawing from public administration literature, we adopted the notion of “coproduction” as an analytical framework for studying the interaction between citizens and public authorities, from the decision-making process through to the implementation of FRM in practice. We considered to what extent coproduction is evident in selected European Union (EU) member states, drawing from research conducted within the EU project STAR-FLOOD (Strengthening and Redesigning European Flood Risk Practices towards Appropriate and Resilient Flood Risk Governance Arrangements). On the basis of a cross-country comparison between Flanders (Belgium), England (United Kingdom), France, the Netherlands, and Poland, we have highlighted the varied forms of coproduction and reflected on how these have been established within divergent settings. Coproduction is most prominent in discourse and practice in England and is emergent in France and Flanders. By contrast, FRM in the Netherlands and Poland remains almost exclusively reliant on governmental protection measures and thereby consultation-based forms of coproduction. Analysis revealed how these actions are motivated by different underlying rationales, which in turn shape the type of approaches and degree of institutionalization of coproduction. In the Netherlands, coproduction is primarily encouraged to increase societal resilience, whereas public authorities in the other countries also use it to improve cost-efficiency and redistribute responsibilities to its beneficiaries.
Tipo:  Peer-Reviewed Reports
Idioma:  Inglês
Identificador:  vol21/iss3/art7/
Editor:  Resilience Alliance
Formato:  text/html application/pdf
Fonte:  Ecology and Society; Vol. 21, No. 3 (2016)
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