ICPR – International Commission for the Protection of the Rhine

Links to the national and regional flood risk management plans

Links to the national and regional flood risk management plans

Disclaimer: the new links to the second regional and national flood risk management plans will soon be available on this page.

The links below lead to national or regional, detailed flood risk management plans in the Rhine river basin. These plans are in connection with the overriding Flood Risk Management Plan for the International River Basin Rhine (Part A)

Netherlands: http://www.helpdeskwater.nl/orbp 

Germany: River basin community (FGG Rhein): http://www.fgg-rhein.de

France : http://www.lorraine.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/

Luxemburg: http://www.eau.public.lu/directive_cadre_eau/directive_inondation/index.html 

Belgium (Wallonia): http://environnement.wallonie.be/inondations/

Liechtenstein: Information available under the following address: info.abs@llv.li

Austria: http://wisa.bmlfuw.gv.at  / Fachthemen / Hochwasserrisikomanagement

In Switzerland the treatment of natural hazards is determined in the national “Strategy Protection against Natural Hazards” of the National Platform Natural Hazards (PLANAT):

Targets and Focal Points of Action are stipulated in the document from 2011 entitled “Living with Natural Hazards - Objectives and priorities for action of the Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN) in dealing with natural hazards”:

Within supra-cantonal major projects development concepts fulfil a function comparable that to Management plans in the EU. An example for this is the Alpine Rhine:
http://www.alpenrhein.net/  >; Development Concept Alpine Rhine
Find further information in the FRMP for the IRBD Rhine, annexe 4.

Links towards the level of areas of operation / sub-basins:
International Commission for the Protection of the Moselle and Saar (ICPMS): http://www.iksms-cipms.org