Monthly Archives: December 2012

Defence, Resilience and ATTENUATION . . .

” . . .   abide these three, but the greatest of these (for the wellbeing of communities) is ATTENUATION . . .”  (with apologies to 1 Corinthians 13:13)   Stakeholders in flood prevention weave diffuse threads of support and wellbeing for communities … Continue reading

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Innovation, Flood Risk and PR14

were on the menu of a stimulating and well attended Environment Agency seminar  on Wednesday 12th December 2012, in London.  Disarmingly,  this wide-ranging UK public service is inviting innovation in five particular fields,  namely:- The joining-up of  catchment risk  to avoid … Continue reading

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