Flood risk changes! New Guidance recognises that flood risk is changing Environment Agency: Development of interim national guidance on nonstationary fluvial flood frequency estimation Project summary FRS18087/IG/S We have developed new tools and techniques to help us detect and take account of non-stationarity in flood frequency estimation for flood scheme appraisal. Background Traditional methods used […]

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Creating Climate Resilient Places: a new direction for a nation Environment Agency  ‘Speech by Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive, Environment Agency at the Flood and Coast 2020 Digital Conference. Introduction I’m very pleased to be joining you all this morning for this exciting and innovative edition of Flood and Coast, and am privileged to be […]

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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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