Climate change means that we have to prepare our cities for heavy downpours, rising sea levels and flash flooding. It makes clever flooding solutions a requirement to safeguard cityscapes, but it also adds value because sustainable, landscape-based rainwater handling can bring nature back to our cities. It can create new meeting places and spaces for activities and thereby develop a city where water is seen as a resource that must be utilized, as opposed to a threat to be mitigated.
This event is part of the Liveable City programme, which is organised by the Danish Embassy and supported by The Royal Incorporation Of Architects In Scotland as well as Construction Scotland Innovation Centre. It is also part of The Festival of Architecture.
Professor Joseph C Akunna, Urban Water Technology Centre, University of Abertay
Alvaro Fonseca, Chief Advisor, Sweco Danmark A/S
Simon Toft Ingvertsen, Chief Project Manager, EnviDan A/S
Tim E Andersen, Project Director, FredericiaC
David Scott, Flood Risk Management, The Scottish Environment Protection Agency
James Murray, MGSDP Manager, Glasgow City Council
Dawn Lochhead/Annelies McMillan (TBC), Flood Risk Management, Scottish Water
For more information, please contact Rasmus Leth Traberg, +44 7769 688703