Flood Governance: from "Taming the Floods" to "Managing the Risks"

BY EDM | 31 AUG 2016
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THIS EVENT WILL TAKE PLACE ON September 01, 2016 / JAMES COOK UNIVERSITY TOWNSVILLE, AUSTRALIA
Join WWF at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies for a discussion on flood management.
Missaka Hettiarachchi, WWF Senior Fellow, will analyze the past century of conventional flood management projects in Colombo, Sri Lanka, highlighting the governance process which enabled this conventional flood management approach to continue, despite repeated failure. He will also discuss the Flood Green Guide.

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