AbstractSafety and well-being of coastal areas requires eco-compatible, cost-efficient management strategies aimed at providing continuity-of-daily-life (before, during and after a flood) and at promoting adaptation to climate change. Sustainable management solutions include building-with-nature approaches, eco-friendly measures, multifunctional structures, multi-hazard interventions. The strategic planning of these solutions can be supported by GIS-based tools, that allow -through a scenario analysis- to assess risk across a range of spatial and temporal scales and to compare the environmental, social and economic impact of clusters of solutions.
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