The European Drought Observatory for Resilience and Adaptation (EDORA)

Maetens, Willem, Masante, Dario, Barbosa, Paulo, Rossi, Lauro, Wens, Marthe, de Moel, Hans, Van Loon, Anne, Cotti, Davide, Sabino Siemons, Anne-Sophie, Hagenlocher, Michael, Bláhová, Monika, Blauhut, Veit, Szillat, Kathrin, Stahl, Kerstin and Toreti, Andrea (2024). The European Drought Observatory for Resilience and Adaptation (EDORA). European Commission.

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    Author Maetens, Willem
    Masante, Dario
    Barbosa, Paulo
    Rossi, Lauro
    Wens, Marthe
    de Moel, Hans
    Van Loon, Anne
    Cotti, Davide
    Sabino Siemons, Anne-Sophie
    Hagenlocher, Michael
    Bláhová, Monika
    Blauhut, Veit
    Szillat, Kathrin
    Stahl, Kerstin
    Toreti, Andrea
    Title The European Drought Observatory for Resilience and Adaptation (EDORA)
    Publication Date 2024-01-19
    Place of Publication Ispra
    Publisher European Commission
    Pages 8
    Language eng
    Abstract In recent years d roughts have had increasing impacts on various interconnected socio economic sectors and ecosystems throughout the EU. Impacts are projected to further increase under anthropogenic climate change for many sectors and regions. Structural collaboration between different Drought Observatories , impacted sectors and experts is necessar y to enha n ce technical and scientific support for plans and measures to increase drought resilience and adaptation in the EU, especially with respect to developing common assessment approaches and enhancing data collection. The European Drought Impact Data base (EDID) provides an inventory of direct and cascading drought impacts in Europe and is an instrument for data collection. The EDID sets the ground for a systematic monitoring of drought impacts and further designing impact mitigating water management s trategies. The European Drought Risk Atlas maps hotspots and risk drivers across different systems and regions of the EU. It builds on conceptual risk models (impact chains) and on innovative quantitative drought risk assessment, as a further step towards impact driven drought risk assessment.
    UNBIS Thesaurus DROUGHT
    Keyword European Union
    Risks
    Impact chains
    European Drought Risk Atlas
    Sectors
    Systems
    Impact database
    Copyright Holder European Union
    Copyright Year 2024
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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