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13 Oct 2020 - 14 Apr 2021

Digital event

8-10 December 2020

Telford International Centre, UK

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Flood & Coast 2020 digital series registration page

After considerable discussion and research, we have taken the decision to transform our 2020 event from a face to face event into a series of four digital sessions tackling some of the major challenges of our time.

The digital series was launched on 13th October: Session 1 - Creating climate resilient places. You can register for the upcoming sessions on 9th December 2020, 3rd February 2021 and 14th April 2021 by using the links below.

The price per session is £25.00 + VAT = £30.00

 

Session 2 - Climate emergency: global leadership on adaptation

09 DEC 2020 | 09:30 - 11:30

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Hosted by Environment Agency Chair and Global Commission on Adaptation commissioner Emma Howard Boyd, this session will look at where the most acute challenges are being faced across the world. 

 

How are these nations and communities adapting? What can we learn from their experience? How can it be applied in the UK setting? And critically, how can we lead on climate-resilient recovery from Covid-19 and achieve our net-zero ambitions?

Session 3 - The new era of digital innovation in FCERM

03 FEB 2021 | 09:30 - 11:30

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The way we communicate, use and receive information is constantly changing and the Coronavirus Pandemic has shown this. We will explore how can we embrace social media, digital transformation and make our industry more responsive and efficient through the use of technology.

 

We will also explore tools which help to raise awareness of the impacts of climate change and how digital engineering has been enhanced through technology.

Session 4 - Broadening innovative investment in FCERM

14 APR 2021 | 09:30 - 11:30

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This session will explore the practical application of new and innovative funding solutions, including green finance initiatives within FCERM. It will highlight how financial partnerships can make a real different to managing the effects of climate change on flood and coastal erosion. 

 

Current and emerging practical case studies will be shared and we will explore how partnerships can identify financial efficiencies and innovative funding solutions.

Please see our full programme for more details

 

The payment system is supported by PayPal, but you don't necessarily need a PayPal account and can make the payment using your debit or credit card. Once registration has closed, successful registrants will receive a separate email with joining instructions, including the access link and password.

 

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