STAR-FLOOD is carried out by an international consortium including eight universities in the six consortium countries. Each country contributes public administration and legal expertise to the programme.
The programme’s ambition level regarding knowledge dissemination is very high. Therefore, Grontmij, a consultancy firm with profound expertise in the area of water management has been included. There are Grontmij firms in each consortium country. These firms will set up tailor-made networking and dissemination activities. They will also provide the consortium with local contacts.
Utrecht University; Research group on Environmental Governance
The research group on Environmental Governance, Faculty of Geosciences, has profound experience in analysis of governance processes in the fields of biodiversity, water management, urban-, regional and infrastructure planning, climate change policy and... Read more »
The research centre Water and Sustainability of the Utrecht University, Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance (REBO), consists of a group of researchers, specialized in international, European and Dutch Environmental and Water Law and Governance. The centre has a... Read more »
Radboud University Nijmegen, Group Political Sciences of the Environment; Department Geography, Planning and Environment; Institute for Management Research (IMR); Nijmegen School of Management.
The Group on Political Sciences of the Environment addresses the domain of environmental policy and governance. The... Read more »
Flood Hazard Research Centre at Middlesex University
Established in 1970, the Flood Hazard Research Centre (FHRC) comprises a small group of social and environmental scientists based at Middlesex University, London. The Centre is recognised for its expertise in the socio-economic... Read more »
University of Antwerp (UA), research group Society and Environment
The research group Society and Environment, part of the Faculty of Political and Social Sciences of the University of Antwerp, has developed a tradition in social scientific environmental research with high... Read more »
Institute for Environmental and Energy Law of the Faculty of Law of the KU Leuven
The Institute for Environmental Law (IEL) was established in 1990 within the Faculty of Law of the KU Leuven. In 1995 Prof Dr Kurt Deketelaere... Read more »
The Division of Social Sciences at Luleå University of Technology is composed of four academic disciplines: Law, Economics, Political Science and History. Research within the Division is policy oriented, and focuses on environmental and natural resources management, including energy.... Read more »
The Institute for Agricultural and Forest Environment (IAFE) of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Poznan is the only research institute in Poland engaged in integrated research into the countryside environment.
The IAFE's research have embraced a broad range of... Read more »
The University François Rabelais of Tours is a multidisciplinary university teaching and developing research in Arts and Social Sciences, Law, Economics, Management, Humanities, Health, Medicine, Sciences and Technology. It is structured in seven main departments and a school of... Read more »
Grontmij is one of Europe’s top consultancy and engineering firms, providing services related to Planning & Design, Water & Energy, Transportation & Mobility and Monitoring & Testing. In STAR-FLOOD Grontmij coordinates the knowledge dissemination: connecting research, policy and practice.
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The European Center for Flood Risk Prevention (CEPRI) is a non-governmental organization founded on December 1, 2006. It was created at the behest of several local authorities, notably the Council of Loiret, in partnership with the French State. CEPRI... Read more »