Climate North East are jointly hosting 'Building a Resilient Environment' in Durham on 16 October as part of a series of events organised by Climate UK together with Climate Ready. The events will:
- Bring stakeholders up to date with the latest development on guidance, statutory drivers and wider activity delivered by Climate Ready
- Disseminate new and updated resources developed from the recent Climate Change Skills programme for Planners and Developers
- Illustrate local good practice in action and strategic plans to increase resilience in the built environment
0930 - Registration
1000 - Welcome & Introductions
1010 - Policy Landscape Update - A review of the latest policy news for adaptation and planning
1030 - Break Out Session #1 - Local adaptation delivery in a Planning context
1045 - Putting Policy into Practice - Case study presentation
1105 - Coffee / networking
1125 - Introduction to Training Tools - Description of slide packs, contents, usage
1150 - Break Out Session #2 - Exercise on training tools: planning and running a session
1220 - Summing Up & Next Steps
1230 - Close
Who should attend?
The events will be suitable for Planners, Climate Change and Sustainability Officers, Regeneration Officers and Developers looking to consolidate their knowledge of statutory drivers, planning policy, costs of adaptation, neighbourhood planning, building adaptations and green infrastructure.
When & Where
Climate Just training and development programme
Climate UK, in partnership with the Environment Agency's Climate Ready support service, is organising a training and development programme on the Climate Just tool over winter 2015/16. This series of free webinars and group training events is aimed at public service providers. Climate Just enables users to identify who is most socially vulnerable to extreme weather and why that is, find their location and understand what kind of actions can be taken to make a difference.
The training comprises:
1hr introductory webinar - what can the tool do for me?
3hr introductory session - learn how to use the tool
3hr intermediate session - explore applying the tool in practice
The Climate Just website and map tool was developed by Climate UK on behalf of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, in association with the University of Manchester and the Environment Agency and was launched in February 2015. 200 people participated in user testing and preview events prior to the launch and over 10,000 have visited since then.
One of the Climate Just preview events prior to the site launch
About Climate UK
Climate UK is a national network and not-for-profit community interest company that supports local organisations throughout the country to respond to the challenges that a changing climate presents.