How can we work together to face the challenges presented by climate change to the historic environment? On 27 October, heritage partners from across the UK have joined up to present a virtual Climate Resilience Summit. Hosted by Historic Environment Scotland, partners include the National Trust, English Heritage, Cadw, and the the National Trust for Scotland.
Public sector bodies and charities are working together to understand the impacts of climate change on the places in their care. This event will bring together academics and practitioners, regulators and charitable bodies to discuss and present their efforts to explore the exposure, vulnerability and impacts of climate hazards on the historic environment.
As well as talks on risk, this event will showcase the possibilities of working with climate data to develop tools with which assessments can be made on options for adaptation and thresholds for change.
Join us virtually to participate, give your views and share your experience on heritage resilience and climate change.
Join the summit, for free, virtuall, to give your views and share your experience on heritage resilience and climate change.
Find out more and register here ➡️ https://bit.ly/2YlpaB3