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Thinking long-term: flooding, future generations and uncertainty

Calendar Tuesday, 9 April 2019
Calendar 18:30-19:30

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The 2018-2019 monthly Tuesday evening lectures in the School of Earth and Ocean Sciences will be held in the Wallace Lecture Theatre (0.13), Main Building, Cardiff University, Park Place, CF10 3AT. Lectures begin at 18.30. Booking is not needed. Should you require the QandA sessions to be in Welsh, please email at least two weeks before the event.

Climate change experts tell us that we can expect more frequent extreme weather events, and flooding is one of the more obvious impacts we experience.  This talk will cover some of the issues and challenges around managing flood risk in the face of climate change, and draw on perspectives from the Wales, UK and international arenas.

Dr Jeremy Parr is the Head of Flood and Incident Risk Management at Natural Resources Wales.  Based in Cardiff, he has worked in the water and environment sector for 30 years.

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Wallace Lecture Theatre (0.13)
Main Building
Park Place
CF10 3AT

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