Around the world, rising sea level threatens coastal communities. Sea level rise is now unstoppable, requiring bold planning to avoid catastrophe. Though often seen as an environmental issue, it’s more about our national security, the economy and the impacts on our homes and communities.
Professor Trevor Hoey, Director of the Centre for Flood Risk and Resilience, welcomes John Englander, Sea Level and Climate Change Expert, and author of ‘Moving to Higher Ground: Rising Sea Level and the Path Forward’ (2021), who will lay out the latest scientific projections and present a visionary outlook for what we need to do now to curb the rising tide. Englander will explain how we – and future generations – can survive and even thrive!