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Flood & Coast 2021

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Speakers

Ravi Singh

Humanitarian CEO at Khalsa Aid

Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim

Conservation International Senior Fellow, Conservation International

Dr. Sakthi Karunanithi

Director of Public Health for Lancashire

Rachael Maskell MP

Chair of the APPG for Flood Prevention

James Vaccaro

Executive Director, RePattern

Sophia-Harri Nicholaou

FCRM Officer, Environment Agency

Richard Brazier

Professor of Earth Surface Processes, University of Exeter

James Burn

Solutions Engineer and Meteorologist, IBM Weather

Duncan Kitts

Principal Scientist, TUFLOW

Mary Dhonau

Flood Resilience Consultant, Mary Dhonau Associates

Marcus Woodward

Evidence & Risk Inland Team Leader and Technical Advisor to Boosting Action for Surface Water Project, EA

Alastair Chisholm

Director of Policy, CIWEM

Marcus Devaney

Product manager, with the enthusiastic drive to create new innovative approaches to digital delivery

James Trafford

CIWEM RCG Committee & Fellow of CIWEM

Elinor Kinrade

Graduate Hydrologist, Mott MacDonald

Megan Barnes

Graduate Flood Risk Consultant, Mott MacDonald

Xavi Terry

Engineer, Jacobs

Jonathan Glerum

Anglian Water - Regional Flood Risk Manager

Geoff Bateman

CIWEM Faith and Environment Network lead

Kerrell Walley

Climate Change Manager, Wigan Council

Jaswinder Kaur

Chair Of Defra Faith and Belief Network, Defra

Innes Thomson

Chief Executive, ADA

Sian Leake

Environmental Scientist, Arup

Terry Fuller

Chief Executive, CIWEM

Ruth Ellis

Hydrology & Flooding - Partnership & Engagement Manager, SEPA

Colin Scott

Coastal Habitat Creation Specialist

Adam Sennitt

Coastal Engineer, Coastal Partners

Phoenix Hayward

Graduate Water Engineer at Jacobs

George Baker

Associate Director, JBA Consulting

Bronwyn Buntine

Sustainable Drainage Team Leader, Kent County Council / Association of SuDS Authorities

Rt Revd Nicholas Baines

Bishop of Leeds

Alan Ryan

Ox-Cam PFR Pathfinder Project Manager, North Northants Council

Jim Walker

Head of Flood Digital Strategy, Environment Agency

Emily Shipton

Flood Modelling Advisor, Environment Agency

Clare Dinnis

West Midlands Area Director

Torgny Holmgren

Executive Director, Stockholm International Water Institute

Stefan Laeger

Deputy Director and Project Executive, Environment Agency

Martin Van Nieuwenhuyzen

Sales Director, Aquatic Control Engineering

Jo Harrison

Director of Environment, Planning and Innovation · United Utilities

Jim Murley

Chief Resilience Officer, Miami-Dade County

Kate Kipling

Senior Scientist, Environment Agency

Peter Thorn

Sustainability Manager, Coal Authority

Damian Curran

Director of Water and Drainage Policy

Bryony Smith

Principal Flood Risk Consultant and Modelling Operations Lead, Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure

Peter Bide

Chair, Catchment-Based Approach Urban Water Group

Jo Bradley

Director of Operations, Stormwater Shepherds UK

Jayne Disley

Culmington Flood Action Group

Mhari Barnes

National Flood Management Policy Advisor, NFU

Louise Cresswell

Environment Agency Area Director (East Midlands)

stephen Bourne

Project Director · Atkins

Mark Stratton

Coastal Policy, Strategy and Environment Team Manager, Coastal Partners

Ali Morse

Water Policy Manager. Wildlife Trusts

Jack Southon

Associate Director - Water & Environment, Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure

Carolyn Otley

Engagement Team Manager, Cumbria CVS

Adam Broadhead

Scientist, Arup

Kate Bradbrook

Technical Director, JBA Consulting

Bart Schoonbaert

Environment, Public Value and Governance Director, Ofwat

Hannah Coogan

Technical Director, JBA Consulting

Emma Howard Boyd

Chair, Environment Agency

Katie Kimber

Chair of the Community Resilience Operations Group | Calderdale

Sam Evans

Head of Natural Environment | GMCA

Jon Hollis

Natural Flood Management Programme Manager, Environment Agency

Jacqui Bandy

Stakeholder Manager River Thames Scheme, Environment Agency

Caroline Douglass

Executive Director of Flood and Coastal Risk Management, Environment Agency

Rachel Pether

All Reservoirs Panel Engineer

Helen Jackson

Founder | ClimateNode

Ed Barsley

Founder & Director, The Environmental Design Studio

Niki Roach

President | CIWEM

Beccy Speight

Chief Executive, The RSPB

Jessie Fieth

Projects and Policy Manager, Town & Country Planning Association

Ian Lisk

Chair of Natural Hazards Partnership, Met Office

Jaap Flikweert

Technical Director and Coastal resilience advisor | Royal HaskoningDHV

Jehangir Malik

Programme Director | British Red Cross

Annabelle Sellick

Chartered Senior Analyst @ JBA Consulting

Heidi Burgess

Principal Lecturer in Hydraulics and Flood Management, University of Brighton

Mark Adamson

Head of Flood Relief and Risk Management Division, Office of Public Works

Adam Parkes

Associate Director, Modelling and Hydrology | Jacobs

John Maskell

Director | JM Coastal

Katie Born

Senior Associate Director of Environment | Jacobs (CEnv, MIEMA)

Peter Lines

Speaker

Hugh Ellis

Director of Policy, Town & Country Planning Association

Clive Moon

Engineering Manager, The Vale of Glamorgan Council

Ceri Davies

Executive Director of Evidence, Policy and Permitting at Natural Resources Wales

Suzanne Amos

User researcher, Defra

Jonah Tosney

Operations Director, Norfolk Rivers Trust

david goff

National Flood Forum, Upper Medway Internal Drainage Board

Julie Foley

Director of Flood Risk Management Strategy and National Adaptation, EA

Nigel Riglar - South Gloucestershire Council

Director of Environment and Community Services, South Gloucestershire Council

Charlotte Sugden

Senior Flood Risk Consultant, Atkins

Peter Melville-Shreeve

Lecturer in Engineering & Entrepreneurship, University of Exeter

Chris Kent

Senior Scientist in Climate Dynamics, Met Office Hadley Centre

Beth Waring

Environmental Scientist, Atkins

David Watkins

Flood & Coastal Resilience Lead, Cornwall Council

Jessica Lamond

Professor, University of the West of England

caroline sutton

Senior Advisor, Environment Agency

Charlie Thompson

Director, Channel Coastal Observatory

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Exhibitors

Jacobs

How do we harness innovation, diverse thought and collaboration to solve challenges in a holistic way? An integrated water approach is at the heart of possible future solutions. Please join us in our booth to explore what an integrated OneWater approach means, and how it can be applied to deliver enhanced outcomes on our projects.

Atkins Global

Atkins business is one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies. Drawing on our diverse global expertise in the water sector we focus on delivering faster, smarter and more reliable outcomes for our clients. With a detailed understanding of the key challenges facing the flood and coastal market around integrated catchment management, resilience, asset management, environmental impact and engineering net zero, we provide digital solutions to deliver real added value at all stages of the project lifecycle.

AECOM

Join us in our virtual booth each afternoon and participate in live discussions on early careers, Modelling and Mapping Flood Risk and many more!

Flood Control International Ltd

Our vision is to be the world leader in the design and supply of flood control barriers and gates for infrastructure and commercial / industrial projects.

BAM Nuttall

Protecting homes and communities, reducing flood risk and managing river levels through coastal schemes, river engineering & flood alleviation works

Mott MacDonald

Smart, sustainable solutions to manage flood risk and increase climate resilience

Kier Regional Civil Engineering

Working collaboratively with clients we deliver a range of unusual and interesting projects within complex environments.

WESSEX ARCHAEOLOGY

Creative, effective solutions to manage the historic environment on your FCERM schemes - Join our roundtable discussion on Thursday at 10:45AM 'Sustainability for Specialist Subcontractors'

FLOOD RE

Flood Re is a joint initiative between the Government and insurers, aiming to make the flood cover part of household insurance policies more affordable

UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

Environmental science for a world where people and nature prosper

Arup

Arup helps the world manage its water resources – from the supply of clean drinking water to understanding flood risks

Marlan Maritime Technologies

UNDERSTAND WHERE SEA MEETS LAND

ADA

Established in 1937, ADA is the membership organisation for drainage, water level and flood risk management authorities throughout the UK.

Sustainability West Midlands

We are the sustainability adviser for leaders of the West Midlands

The Environment magazine

The Environment magazine covers all aspects of water and environmental management. Newly redesigned, the magazine is a platform for thought leadership for professionals working in these fields, and for consultants, academics, students and apprentices.

The Society for the Environment

The Society for the Environment is the body responsible for the registration of environmental professionals, licensing the awarding of the professional registrations CEnv, REnvP & REnvTech.

Journal of Flood Risk Management

Sharing innovative flood risk research

The Water Network - by AquaSPE AG

World's largest water platform

Cleantech Business News

Our mission is simple: to educate & inform about legislation, innovation, and key projects that are shaping the future of our planet

PFR Training

Property Flood Resilience Training - bringing high competence, consistency and confidence to, and for the Property Flood Resilience community.

LGA Coastal SIG

Local Government Association Coastal Special Interest Group

CIWEM Membership

Join us in our booth everyday to find out more about CIWEM Membership and get detailed advice on your application, membership grades including Chartership and Fellowship, and CPD from the CIWEM Membership Team..

CIWEM Partnerships

Choosing to be a business partner of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management demonstrates your organisation’s commitment to sustainability.

CIWEM Rivers and Coastal Group

Join us in our virtual booth every day at 9am and 1pm to meet other river and coastal professionals and discuss Chartership, Fellowship and Continuous Professional Development for our sector

Urban Drainage Group

Join us in our virtual booth each afternoon from 3:30pm to 4:30pm and participate in our live presentation and Q&A on the IUDMG on 30th June at 3:30pm!

Environment Agency

We work to create better places for people and wildlife, and support sustainable development. We are an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs.

Arts and Environment Network

Putting creativity at the heart of environmental policy and action

Flood & Coast Helpdesk

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