Une méthodologie d’aide à la décision pour évaluer des stratégies de gestion durable des risques naturels dans les zones urbaines

Abstract : This paper attempts to provide a decision support framework that can help risk managers in urban areas to improve their decision-making processes related to sustainable management. Currently, risk management strategies should no longer be selected based primarily on economic and technical insight. Managers must address the sustainability of risk management by assessing the impacts of their decisions on the sustainable development of a given territory. These assessments require tools that allow comparisons of the effectiveness and the likely economic, social and ecological impacts of the alternative management strategies. Therefore, this paper reports a methodological and operational framework, which aims to incorporate sustainability principles in a particular decision by taking into account all the dimensions that affect sustainability. This paper is divided into two main parts: one on the theoretical aspects of the proposed methodology and the other on its application to a flood risk management case study. The results of the case study have shown how the methodology can be suitable for determining the most sustainable decision.
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Abla-Mimi Edjossan-Sossou, Marwan Alheib. Une méthodologie d’aide à la décision pour évaluer des stratégies de gestion durable des risques naturels dans les zones urbaines. Rapport Scientifique INERIS, 2015, 2014-2015, pp.36-37. ⟨ineris-01869531⟩

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