Managing the risks from climate change on contaminated land

Gain an insight into the tools available to help practitioners assess and explore the risk management impacts of climate change on contaminated land projects.

Background
Climate change continues to be a global challenge requiring swift action to avoid potentially devastating consequences. Rising temperatures, seas levels and other changes in the intensity and frequency of extreme weather events propose significantly higher elements of risk when managing contaminated land projects.

The Ministry of Defence developed the Climate Impacts Risk Assessment Methodology (CIRAM) to identify the risks to infrastructure systems posed by climate change and identify actions to maintain, optimise and increase capabilities and resilience.

Join us at this webinar to learn how CIRAM is being deployed in our sector to assess and manage risks in contaminated land projects. How are climate change risks being managed in major projects and is industry getting better at managing the impact of flooding to coastal landfills? The webinar will also cover the SCOPAC Coastal Landfills Study which examines the impact of flooding and erosion to coastal landfills.

Why attend
Explore how contaminated land projects are managing risks from climate change
Learn how to minimise the impact of flooding and erosion on coastal landfills
Understand how to use the Ministry of Defence’s Climate Impacts Risk Assessment
Methodology (CIRAM)
Discover what measures are needed to help practitioners to manage the risk posed
by climate change
Earn valuable CPD

Who should attend
Consultants
Contractors 
Clients
Landfill operators
Local authorities
EA, SEPA, NIEA, NRW

When
Tuesday 1 December 2020
12:30 - 14:00

Programme
12:30 Welcome and introduction
Joanne Kwan, Project Manager, CIRIA
12:35 Flooding and coastal landfills: the SCOPAC project
Mark Stratton, Coastal Policy, Strategy & Environment Team Manager,
Eastern Solent Coastal Partnership and Havant Borough Council
12:55 How to manage climate change incidents in major projects
Scott Warner, Principal, Ramboll
13:15 Application of Climate Impacts Risk Assessment Methodology (CIRAM)
Begonia Pedreira-Regueira, Defence Infrastructure Organisation,
The Ministry of Defence
13:35 Interactive discussion and Q&A
13:55 Closing remarks

Fees
BRMF and LACL members FREE*
CIRIA members and all other attendees £35 + VAT

*BRMF and LACL members qualify for two free places per company.
Additional registrations from BRMF and LACL member companies would need to pay £35 + VAT per person.
Please contact Hanifa Qamar for more information.

Booking
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Further information
For further information on CIRIA membership and other services, please contact:
Email: enquiries@ciria.org
Web: www.ciria.org
When
01/12/2020 - 01/12/2020
Where
Webinar, UNITED KINGDOM
 
 

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