Standing on the shoulders of giants in a rising sea Emma Howard Boyd speech to the Global Engineering Congress London, 24 October 2018 to the Global Engineering Congress – 24th October 2018 at ICE (continue) Thank you and good afternoon. This year, marks 200 years since the founding of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Now, […]
Parts of Wales saw the “worst flooding in 30 years” as a result of Storm Callum at the weekend. Among the images captured was a waterfall being blown backwards on Skye. This tweet highlights some of the “astonishing stats coming from the flooding along the river Teifi”, including a peak flow of nearly 600 cubic […]
National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy 2019 – Environment Agency publishes initial scoping report The Environment Agency has announced plans to undertake a Strategic Environmental Assessment for the National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy 2050. The revised flood and coastal erosion risk management (FCERM) strategy requires a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) under […]
A useful infographic to help catchment partners communicate to communities about the multiple benefits of Natural Flood Management. Created in Cumbria by Newground supported by Natural Course. Download the infographic here. The Natural Course website is full of useful references on Natural Flood Management.