1 - UK Environment Agency - TE 2100 Project
Development of a tool with results from sub-models which is both educational (FloodRanger) and for use
in decision-making (FloodRanger Pro), incorporating multiple climate change scenarios and allowing a gaming environment
to understand impact of different, high-level mitigation actions on flood damages. Examines flooding due to predicted
peak sea level events in Thames Estuary.
2 - Waterschap Rivierenland (Netherlands)
Development of a tool for practical, operational use at administrative scale to allow stakeholders (flood risk inhabitants) to
understand impact of various, detailed mitigation actions. Examines surface water flooding only (not river over-topping).
3 - Bavarian Water Management Agency (Germany)
Development of a suite of models to enable professional practitioners (water planners and engineers) to examine the
impact of climate change predictions on riverine flooding across Bavaria, examining scales down to individual towns. Examines various
climate change quantities, including precipitation, in a time-series model to assess changes in peak river flows.
Piloting the Decision Testing Framework
An assessment of how the UK, the Dutch
and German approach fit with the Decision Making Framework
is made by comparing the approaches to the first five stages
of the framework.
The Environment Agency approach has been compared against
the Decision Making Framework in Phase 2 of this project,
in the form of a broad-scale pilot. And a simple assessment
of how the WSRL and LFW approach map to the 5 stages has
been made and presented in this section.
• Pilot 1
• Pilot 2
• Pilot 3