Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

W. Loibl, C. Haider, M. Köstl, B. Iglar, M. Jung, G. Heiss, K. Mitterer, N. Hochholdinger, A. Haindl, B. Bednar-Friedl, G. Bachner:
"Public Adaptation Costs: Investigating the National Adaptation, recent results (CAD-MUCI-Project)";
Vortrag: 18. Österreichischer Klimatag, Vienna, Austria; 23.05.2017 - 24.05.2017; in: "Tagungsband 18. Klimatag, Aktuelle Forschung in Österreich", S. Tschürtz (Hrg.); 2 (2017), ISBN: 978-3-9503778-2-8; S. 64 - 65.

Climate adaptation requires in many impact fields active involvement of municipalities. In this project,
we deal with flood risk and adaptation: Adaptation measures will have obviously positive effects for the
municipality, which is planning those measures. They may however also have positive spillover effects
for other riparian municipalities. On the other side there is also danger that adaptation activities may
have negative effects for some municipalities (negative spillover effects), e.g. if flood protection measures
taken in an upstream municipality leads to additional flood risk downstream. Thus the general objective
of the project is to analyse the municipalities´ budgetary effects of adaptation measures against flood risk
by analysing costs for reconstruction of damages before and after the measure implementation and to
discuss adaptation and maladaptation impact of current and later expected events of similar scope for the
municipalities as well as for the national level.

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