Strategy

LWEC archive: Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management

The UK Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management (FCERM) Research Strategy, including understanding risk, managing probability and managing consequence.

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UK flood and coastal erosion risk management research strategy (PDF)

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LWEC FCERM research: understanding risk theme (PDF)

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LWEC FCERM research: managing probability theme (PDF)

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LWEC FCERM research: managing consequence theme (PDF)

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This strategy sets out a framework to reduce the risks associated with flooding and coastal erosion. It has been produced following extensive consultation with leading academics and practitioners using reviews, workshops and survey outputs.

Page last updated: 21 March 2022

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