CCAT hosts a conference on coastal management and how to adapt to climate change – 17th to 19th Nov.

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The Irish Sea and its coastal communities are directly impacted by climate change and need to adapt to these changes. The Coastal Communities Adapting Together (CCAT) project will bring together policy makers, local authorities, academics and communities from Ireland, Wales and England to share knowledge and best practice of coastal management.

This free, online conference will run each morning from 17th to 19th November 2020 and provides an opportunity to share knowledge and experience, building on existing best practice in coastal management and climate change adaptation and mitigation.


The CCAT conference will run from 10am until lunchtime each day from 17th to 19th November. To view the programme click here, for registration please click here and press release here.

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