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As climate change leads to changing storms and rising sea levels, coastal management is an increasingly salient issue. With half of the world’s population living in a coastal zone, it is vital that engineers, scientists, coastal managers, government and communities work together to find bold solutions to a changing coastline.
ICE’s ninth Coastal Management Conference will look at how new approaches to coastal engineering can integrate with local planning and ‘place-shaping’ to encourage bold and visionary adaptation to coastal change. France has a long, varied coastline that is integral to its economy and identity but which is also exposed to a range of flood and erosion risks that have demanded difficult decisions and bold responses.
Abstracts are currently invited for ICE Coastal Management 2019, and submission is open until 12 October 2018.
You will be given the opportunity to display your poster in the main conference plenary room throughout the event and provide a briefing paper to be shared with all delegates, which will also be included in the published conference proceedings.
To be considered please submit a pitch, which can include figures, photos and diagrams but should not exceed 300 words and a single side of A4, by Friday 24 May 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the Call for Posters and the conference, please check the ICE website.