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[CONFERENCE] Flood and Coast 2017
28-30 March 2017, Telford, United Kingdom.
The second edition of Flood and Coast will take place in Telford, 28-30 March 2017. Led again by the Environment Agency, the event will draw together key stakeholders from the flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCRM) community, including local authorities, infrastructure owners, consultancies, contractors, businesses, community groups and universities. Join more than 1500 fellow professionals to exchange a broad range of perspectives on innovation and best practices in FCRM.
Flood and Coas tbrings together specialists and stakeholders to debate and discuss flood and coast erosion risk, resilience and response between government bodies and local authorities with business, major infrastructure and asset managers, as well as affected communities. Embracing the concept of “a changing climate” the event draws on expertise and experience from the UK and beyond.
The event will also highlight technology and solutions to control the increasing risk of flood and rising sea levels around our coasts to spread best practice, discuss new ways of working and to deliver excellence in FCRM.
A three-day programme of workshops, presentations, debate and panel sessions tailored to the topics selected by the government and industry panel will be accompanied by a trade show and exhibition which allows all stakeholders unrivalled networking opportunities, creating a real business benefit for the service and product providers to engage effectively with contractors, consultants and project owners.
Wednesday 29 March 2017: 0830-1800 hours (Conference dinner 1800-2300)
Thursday 30 March 2017: 0830-1600 hours (Exhibition closes at 1430 hours)
Flood and Coast 2017 : http://www.floodandcoast.com/index.php
Register : http://www.floodandcoast.com/creg.php
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