At the ‘Flood and Coast– Creating climate resilient places’  online conference recently hosted by CIWEM, Minister Pow made references to the: Need for a more integrated and adaptive, place based approach to deliver multiple benefits Government’s £200m fund to drive innovation at a local level Environment Agency’s Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Strategy as the […]

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A new study suggests that exposure to coastal environments can play a significant role in boosting human health and well-being, due to the ‘therapeutic effects’ marine and coastal landscapes have. In England, 271 million recreational visits are made to coastal environments annually and more than 22 million people live within 5 miles of the coast. The […]

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The National Coastal Tourism Academy is providing an excellent hub with a variety of blogs on the issues and activities around covid and the coast communities – click here to see the material available NCTA June Update  ‘Tuesday’s long-awaited announcement that Covid-secure hospitality businesses can now get back to business on 4 July has brought […]

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The National Trust has acquired a former Lincolnshire golf course, including 2km of coastal land, to help create a new 30 hectare, (74 acre), coastal nature reserve.  Working in partnership with Lincolnshire County Council, Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, East Lindsey District Council and the Environment Agency the reserve will form part of the Lincolnshire Coastal Countryside […]

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