Categories: Flooding

Thames Estuary 2100 – managing flood risk in an uncertain future

April 15, 2013

Tim Reeder explores the Environment Agency’s TE2100 Plan, designed to continue to protect 1.25 million people and £200 billion worth of property in London and the Thames estuary from increasing tidal flood risk … Read more

How Superstorm Sandy helps us think closer to home

November 2, 2012

With rising seas and changing climates, cities like New York and London face significant challenges. So what can we learn from New York? A similar event to Storm Sandy is very unlikely in London, but we can benefit from learning about the real damages and successes. We can make London more resilient by asking where New York’s preparedness saved lives and protected property, and where they needed to do more. … Read more