New Developing local strategies for climate change

October 28, 2004

Brussels, Oct 2004

A conference on 'Adapting for climate change- developing local strategies' will take place in London, the UK, on 2 December.

The main conference topics will include:
- the implications of climate change for the review of planning policy guidance and flooding issues;
-overview of progress on regional climate change partnerships, local authority and business networks;
- understanding the risks of climate change for construction projects;
- responding to the coastal risks of climate change - the Isle of Wight experience and European projects;
- coordinating best practice in local adaptation and mitigation responses;
- climate change adaptation in London and the Thames Gateway - a review of vulnerabilities and key projects in progress.

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