The Flood Green Guide provides an integrated framework for flood management, drawing on policy, green infrastructure and conventional engineering to help communities adapt and better manage growing floods. Flood managers can use this step-by-step framework to understand the factors contributing to flood risk in their region, and to pull together the appropriate policies, nature based solutions, and traditional engineering to address the problem. The Flood Green Guide is an open-source resource supported by training and a resource library, which draws from the Associated Programme on Flood Management’s Integrated Flood Management Tools.
Sectors and Themes
Disaster Risk Reduction
Nature-based Solutions and Ecosystem Services
Guidance and Frameworks
Developer or Source
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)