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  • 2019 US-UK Resilience Forum Florida Earth Foundation


    Date: 18 - 22 Mar 2019
    Country: United Kingdom
    City/State: Oxford
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2019 US-UK Resilience Forum

MAIN ORGANIZER(S): Florida Earth Foundation

Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 18 - 22 Mar 2019 Location: United Kingdom (Oxford) Venue: University of Oxford, St John's College

Florida Earth is proud to announce its second international program for professionals, the US-UK Resilience Forum, to be held Monday, March 18, through Friday, March 22, 2019 at the University of Oxford.  Building on the format of our US-Netherlands Connection's Professional Program (USNC Pro), the US-UK Resilience Forum explores Briish expertise in resilience using case studies and field experiences around flood risk management initiatives with a special focus on how resilience can be financed.  Operating out of historic Oxford University's St John's College, the delegation will have a day focused on measures to mitigate River Thames flooding through engineered and natural solutions, a visit to the world-famous HR Wallingford Physical Modeling Center and a visit to the Satellite Catapult Center.  A registration fee of $1950 covers most meals, in-country transportation, venue and admin costs.  Airfare and lodging are not included and the responsibility of the delegate.

Event website: http://www.floridaearth.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=events.details&content_id=14



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