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Climate resilience: international efforts for a global problem

Martin Williams, Technical Director for Marine and Coastal, and John Bevington, Technical Director for Disaster Risk Management, are exhibiting at the UK Pavilion at the UN Climate Conference (COP24) this week (3-7 December).

Working with the Department for International Trade (DIT), Martin and John are presenting in the plenary area of the UK Pavilion on Friday 7 from 13:00 – 14:30. The first presentation will focus on our climate resilience work, the second on our involvement with the Copernicus project and the role of ForeCoast® Marine and the third focuses on Flood Foresight.

Drawing on a range of international case study examples, the session will explore the approaches used to increase the resilience of communities, businesses, infrastructure and the environment to present and future climate impacts.

Key strands include:

  • Awareness raising and capacity building

  • Risk assessment

  • Adaptation planning

  • Adaptation actions

13:00 – 13:30: Climate resilience: international efforts for a global problem with John Bevington

13:30 – 14:00: Braced for the storm? Part I: Insights into the impact and mitigation of climate on current and future marine operations with Martin Williams

14:00 – 14:20: Braced for the storm? Part II: Innovative approaches for effective flood foresight with John Bevington

Want to know more?

Email Martin Williams or John Bevington for more information on their presentations. You can also find out more on how ForeCoast® Marine is being used to improve the climate resilience of marine industries on our Climate Adaptation web pages.

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