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Karolina KALINOWSKA
Disaster Risk Reduction
DG ECHO, European Commission

PLACARD foresight workshop, facing the future of Europe’s climate – EU governance and climate risks at a crossroads

11–12 December 2018, European Commission, Brussels

The second PLACARD Foresight workshop showcased the potential of foresight methods in increasing climate resilience across Europe. Within the workshop we explored how Juncker’s “5 futures of Europe” can be used for assessing climate and DRR risks in Europe, and for designing and characterising effective response strategies, for three cases (heat and drought, fluvial flooding, coastal impacts).

Karolina KALINOWSKA
Disaster Risk Reduction
DG ECHO, European Commission

PLACARD foresight workshop, facing the future of Europe’s climate – EU governance and climate risks at a crossroads

11–12 December 2018, European Commission, Brussels

The second PLACARD Foresight workshop showcased the potential of foresight methods in increasing climate resilience across Europe. Within the workshop we explored how Juncker’s “5 futures of Europe” can be used for assessing climate and DRR risks in Europe, and for designing and characterising effective response strategies, for three cases (heat and drought, fluvial flooding, coastal impacts).

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EU policies for DRR

  1. 1. EU policies for DRR Karolina KALINOWSKA Disaster Risk Reduction DG ECHO, European Commission PLACARD workshop - Foresight Brussels, 12 December 2018
  2. 2. Policy context Ø ► Decision 1313/2013/EU on a Union Civil Protection Mechanism (binding for Member States) Ø Articles 5 and 6 – prevention and risk management Ø ► Sendai Framework for DRR (non-binding commitments)
  3. 3. Disaster Risk Management: 2013 Union Civil Protection Mechanism • Prevention (Article 5) • Support national multi-hazard risk assessments • Improve the Knowledge Base • Sharing good practice – through a knowledge centre • Mainstreaming in other policies • Risk Management (Article 6) • Support national risk management planning • Assessment of risk management capabilities • Peer reviews
  4. 4. Risk Assessment Risk Assessment and Mapping Guidelines for Disaster Management, SEC(2010) 1626 final, 21.12.2010 From voluntary to binding commitment: UCPM, Article 6(a) Next deadline: 22.12.2018 Overview of Risks, including Climate Change impacts Peer reviews Future challenges: Cross-border risks– e.g. EU Baltic Strategy, Emerging risks, Climate change
  5. 5. EU Overview of disaster risks 2017 32 NRAs + scientific input Key trends: • climate change • cross-border • cascading effects
  6. 6. Risk Management Capability • Risk Management Capability Assessment Guidelines, 2015/C 261/03 • Deadline for submission: August 2018 • Focus on the full disaster risk management cycle Ø Administrative Ø Technical Ø Financial
  7. 7. This proposal in a nutshell
  8. 8. Robust Prevention and Preparedness Response PreventionPreparedness Recovery Risk assessment Strengthen the focus on prevention actions as part of the disaster risk management cycle Reinforce coherence with other key EU policies e.g. climate change adaptation Focus on disaster preparedness and knowledge management initiatives through European Civil Protection Knowledge Network in collaboration with the DRMKC
  9. 9. Risk management capability assessment Risk assessment Peer Reviews & Advisory missions Improving the knowledge base Disaster proofing EU policy and funding DRM tools
  10. 10. Cross-cutting approach to disaster risk reduction
  11. 11. Disaster Risk Management Knowledge Centre •3 types of needs Knowledge is fragmented Research results are not exploited Science doesn’t reach policy and operations Science needs testing New technology is not easily adopted Capacity in some areas is hard to build Networks are fragmented Silos Overlapping initiatives
  12. 12. Food for thought • Encouraging the DRR community (in particular civil protection) to take a longer-term view • risk assessments • risk management planning / strategies • mm
  13. 13. Questions? Thoughts? Contact: Karolina KALINOWSKA DG ECHO – Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations Unit A.3. Disaster Risk Reduction Rue de la Loi 86 - 4/008 karolina.kalinowska@ec.europa.eu +32 229 95057

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