14th Congress INTERPRAEVENT 2021: Natural Hazards in a Changing World

Pedoth, Lydia, Elzbieta Stawinoga, Agnieszka, Koboltschnig, Gernot, Gallmetzer, Willigis, Macconi, Pierpaolo, Hartmann, Soenke, Schneiderbauer, Stefan and Damyanovic, Doris ed. 14th Congress INTERPRAEVENT 2021: Natural Hazards in a Changing World 2021/05/31 - 2021/06/01 Norway. Klagenfurt: The International Research Society INTERPRAEVENT, 2021.

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    Author Pedoth, Lydia
    Elzbieta Stawinoga, Agnieszka
    Koboltschnig, Gernot
    Gallmetzer, Willigis
    Macconi, Pierpaolo
    Hartmann, Soenke
    Schneiderbauer, Stefan
    Damyanovic, Doris
    Title of Event 14th Congress INTERPRAEVENT 2021: Natural Hazards in a Changing World
    Date of Event 2021/05/31 - 2021/06/01
    Place of Event Norway
    Organizer The International Research Society INTERPRAEVENT
    Publication Date 2021
    Place of Publication Klagenfurt
    Publisher The International Research Society INTERPRAEVENT
    Pages 33-40
    Language eng
    Abstract This paper shows results from a population survey carried out in South Tyrol (Italy) and in Carinthia (Austria) as part of the Interreg Italy-Austria Project “RiKoST-Risk communication strategies” that aims at improved, target-group-oriented risk communication. The aim of the survey is to assess people’s 1) state of knowledge about natural hazards, 2) risk perception 3) suggestions on how to improve risk communication. A better understanding and information about these aspects are crucial for risk communication activities. The data were collected in 13 municipalities in South Tyrol and Carinthia using questionnaires. Results show that there is a lack of knowledge about existing hazard maps and that respondents want to be better informed and more involved but that at the same time they delegate the responsibilities in risk management to institutions. Thanks to the close collaboration between researchers and practitioners the results of the survey will be implemented in practice for the development of new risk communication tools and the improvement of existing measures.
    Keyword Risk governance
    Risk perception
    Risk communication
    Alps
    Copyright Holder The International Research Society INTERPRAEVENT
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9783901164286
    DOI 10.5281/zenodo.5176207
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