A team of UK academics and practitioners are hosting a free ‘Coastal Adaptation Problem Solving Lab’ on 5th of June 2017, in the Kelvin Hall from 0930 – 1630, which is a facilitated, creative-arts based workshop designed to help people identify barriers and opportunities to deliver coastal adaptation in the UK context.  It will use real life examples from around the UK as scenarios to be unpacked on the day, using a design storytelling facilitated approach. We are keen to draw in expertise from the ECCA conference delegates who can bring bring experience in developing planning policy, coastal legal rights, coastal adaptation pathways, socio-ecological resilience and managed retreat who are keen to bring their experiences from abroad to help do some creative problem-solving to identify a blueprint to aid proactive adaptation. We have limited spaces so if you are interested in participating, please get in touch with Dr Larissa Naylor by 30th of May via: larissa.naylor@glasgow.ac.uk

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