Explore how we can manage environmental change in coastal landscapes across Britain
This is an online event hosted on Zoom. Bookers are sent a link in advance giving access.
Part of our Changing climate, changing landscapes online event series.
Coastal landscapes will be massively impacted by climate change. Coastal erosion, sea level rises and flooding will mean there will be increased pressures on our coastal environments and those who live and work in them.
What will the impacts on our coastal communities be, and how do we ensure we manage these important landscapes to be more resilient to change?
Drawing on discussions from the annual climate change conference COP26 and the latest knowledge about climate change adaptation, explore how we can manage environmental change in coastal landscapes across Britain, and how we can make those who live in these landscapes more resilient.
Chaired by Sally Brown of Bournemouth University, this panel includes Gustav Milne, project lead for Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network (CITiZAN) and Lance Martin, a retired soldier who has been battling to save his dream home from Coastal Erosion since 2018. Full panel details are available here.
In partnership with The Institute for the Modelling of Socio-Environmental Transitions, Bournemouth University.
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