Rain, Risk and Resilience


“At the beginning of September 2023, a low-pressure system formed in the eastern part of the Mediterranean basin, resulting in a storm (named “Daniel”) that would become the deadliest and costliest Mediterranean tropical-like cyclone (informally referred to as medicanes) ever recorded. The resulting floods and their unprecedented impacts in Libya, Greece, Bulgaria and Turkey put water systems under immense stress, brought systematic shortcomings as well as profound complexities involved in dealing with natural hazards to the forefront and put existing risk management and adaptation approaches in question.”

(Citation: Chatzistefanou, G.A. – Rain, Risk and Resilience – Blog (2023)26 September)

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