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  • National Centre for Resilience - How does water affect your community?

    Created: 14/02/2024
    News/Events Category: Consultations


    The National Centre for Resilience is looking to gather your input and knowledge of the water-related issues facing communities across Scotland. Does your community or area have issues with too much or too little water? What challenges do you face when planning for, responding to and recovering from significant water-related events?

    The centre will collect the information and will then invite respondents to an event in March which will bring together community members, practitioners and academics to discuss potential projects or gaps in knowledge. 

    How to take part 

    Click here to complete the survey. 

    The closing date for repsonses is Thursday 22 February 2024. 

    About National Centre for Resilience

    The National Centre for Resilience is a research and knowledge exchange centre based at the University of Glasgow. With a focus on building Scotland's resilience to natural hazards. Some of the ways they do this includes commissioning new research to fit emerging challenges, connecting resilience professionals to encourage cross-sector working and influencing policy using evidence-based knowledge and solutions.




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