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22 October - 13 November
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Monitoring Our Coast Through More Than Maps Part 2

Household Adaptation to Coastal Flooding

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What’s on offer?

This event offers the opportunity for you to participate in a two-part workshop series. The 2-hour workshops focus on monitoring and managing coastal hazards in the UK.  
These workshops are organised by ‘More than Maps’ and are taking place as part of the 2022 Festival of Social Science.
The workshops are open to everyone 18 years and older and will take place online.
If you register by 5th November you will receive a  free e-workshop booklet to your email  to support your learning.

What’s it about?

In this workshop you will learn how households can and do adapt to coastal flood risk. Our team will guide you through a workshop where you can critically assess flood adaptation strategies and consider why households do and do not prepare for flood events.  

Who’s leading the event?

Yanna Fidai (PGR in SoGES), Dhiritaj Sengupta (ECR SoGES) and Sien van der Plank (ECR, University of Exeter).

Open to

Anyone over the age of 18.

Of particular interest to

South Coast targeted audience including: Geographers, coastal researchers, environmental scientists, data scientists, remote sensers, charities, Southampton Climate Action Network