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1 Living with Flooding: Science, democracy and the complex challenge of managing environmental risk Professor Whatmore, who focuses on the interface between cultural geography, political theory and science and technology studies, will draw upon her recent research to propose a new approach to living with flooding. Sarah Whatmore 03 Oct 2014
2 Creative Commons FMR 45 Rising waters, displaced lives Although Pakistan and Colombia have relatively advanced disaster management frameworks, they were unprepared and ill-equipped to assist and protect people displaced by recent floods. Lindsey Brickle, Alice Thomas 07 Apr 2014
3 Creative Commons Corporate water risk - clarity and consistency Cate Lamb, Head of Water Program, Carbon Disclosure Project, gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series. Cate Lamb 15 Nov 2013
4 Is climate change science a barrier to flood management decision making? Jon Wicks, Global Technology Leader - Flood Modelling, CH2M HILL, gives a talk for the Water security seminar series. Jon Wicks 11 Nov 2013
5 Adaptation to climate change: the role of insurance in flood risk management Edmund Penning-Rowsell, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series. Edmund Penning-Rowsell 29 Oct 2013
6 The future of UK flood insurance Matt Cullen, Policy Adviser - Flooding and Climate Change, Association of British Insurers, gives a talk for the Water Security seminar series. Matt Cullen 29 Oct 2013
7 Creative Commons FMR 41 Flooding in Thailand: flee, fight or float The severity of recent flooding in Thailand and the probability of future flooding have triggered a re-assessment of coping mechanisms employed by both the Thai population and the government. Wan S Sophonpanich 08 May 2013