Preparing for climate resilient harbours

Start: 2022-02-09 19:00:00 UTC Greenwich Mean Time : Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London (GMT+00:00)

This is a virtual event


Chichester and Langstone harbours are huge and wonderful nature reserves, but they're under increasing threat, from sea level rise and other effects of climate change, from pollution, habitat and biodiversity loss, and from mankind.

Is nature there thriving or declining? What do salt marshes do for nature, and what can we do to protect them?  How is the oyster regeneration project going? Will they survive the pollution? Why is coastal squeeze bad for nature and what can we do about it? Should we be creating new habitats/nature reserves?

Join us on Zoom to hear about preparing them for a climate resilient future. The link you will need is

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Meeting ID: 856 1342 2808
Passcode: 507617

Our speakers are Adam Sennitt, Coastal Engineer and Gavin Holder, Coastal Policy Environment Team Lead. They are from Coastal Partners, who are currently creating the Hayling Island Coastal Management Strategy, but also guardians of our local environment.

They'll be talking about how can we secure sustainable environmental improvements in Langstone and Chichester Harbours, adapt and become more resilient to flooding and coastal change now and in the face of climate change.

You can find more information on our Havant Climate Alliance website and on Coastal Partners website.

If you register now with the 'Send RSVP' button, we will send you the Zoom link just before the meeting.