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Project Profile: RREFlood

The Residual Risk of Extreme Floods: A Challenge for Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals

Who?

Principal Investigators: G. Mathias Kondolf, University of California Berkeley, United States
Partners: Peter Fröhle, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
Natasa Manojlovic, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
Holger Schüttrumpf, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Anna Serra-Llobet, University of California Berkeley, United States
Chjeng Lun Shieh, National Cheng Kung University, Chinese Taipei
Kenichi Soga, University of California Berkeley, United States
Jean-Paul Vanderlinden, University of Versailles St-Quentin, France
Hsiao-Wen Wang, National Cheng Kung University, Chinese Taipei
Sponsors: French National Research Agency, France
German Research Foundation, Germany
Ministry of Science and Technology, Chinese Taipei
National Science Foundation, United States

What?

Full Project Title: The Residual Risk of Extreme Floods: A Challenge for Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
Full Call Title: Pathways2020
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Why?

Project Objective: RREFlood proposes to create an international network of experts and a community of practice that address the residual risk dilemma in relation to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Call Objective: The goal of this CRA is to provide a science base for achieving sustainability goals. The CRA will support 1-2 years of collaborative research networking activities that focus on integrated qualitative and quantitative approaches to develop Earth-system-based transformation pathways for sustainable development.

Where?

Regions: Europe
Countries: Chinese Taipei, France, Germany, United States of America (USA), Vietnam

When?

Duration: 24 months
Call Date: 2020
Project Award Date: 2021