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Taming leviathan - dealing with (dis)integrated water management (RESCHEDULED from 21st April)

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Dick Fenner.

This talk has been re-scheduled for 12th May, (postponed from 21st April)

Professor Richard Ashley has been part of the Foresight Future Flooding team since 2002, including writing parts of the 2008 update, adviser to the House of Lords inquiry on water management, scientific adviser to Sir Michael Pitt’s 2007 flooding inquiry and lead author of the ICE ’s review report on flood risk management in the UK . He was awarded the International Water Association’s biennial prize for Research Excellence in Support of Sustainable Urban Water Management in September 2008. He is a visiting Professor at TU Delft, Netherlands and Monash University in Melbourne.

This talk is part of the 10th Annual Sustainable Development Lecture Series 2012 series.

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