This deliverable reports on the application of a multihazard drought risk management tool in three pilot studies. One of the pilots is located in Spain and two of the pilots are located in The Netherlands. The methods used in the two countries differ. A description of the applied methods and the results are given. The risk profiles and conclusions that can be drawn from them are described. A comparison of the pilot studies is made, in which the differences and the implications of the differences are described.
The drought risk approach has not yet proven its use in management or operational advice. Based on the results of the three case studies, the method is promising.