The Living Coast presents...

by Sarah Dobson Events Water

As The Living Coast, we feel very lucky to be able to count hugely knowledgeable and experienced environmental professionals amongst our partners.

We exist as a UNESCO Biosphere not only to conserve nature and culture and to test and trial innovation for sustainable development, but also to share the knowledge we gain.

We are pleased to announce a new programme of free, online talks, looking in more detail at some of the diverse topics and specialisms we focus on within The Living Coast.

For our first session we are thrilled to host Ben Earl, Head of Water Efficiency at Southern Water, discussing:

‘A Resilient South East: managing water resources for all

Credit: South Downs National Park

Image credit: South Downs National Park

In the UK often we can take the provision of fresh, clean water for granted, but with water shortages predicted within ten years how can we work together to ensure enough water exists for consumers, businesses, visitors, wildlife and the environment?

This free, online talk will be a great opportunity to learn more about how this vital resource is managed by a leading industry professional. There will also be the chance to ask your own questions on this subject in a short question and answer session afterwards.

Like most other organisations in the UK we have missed being able to host events face to face for our partners and friends this year, so please do join us for the first of The Living Coast Sessions.

The Living Coast presents:

'A resilient South East: managing water resources for all' by Ben Earl, Head of Water Efficiency, Southern Water'

Where: online

When: Thursday 1 October 2020 16:30 – 17:30

Free – but places are limited.

Please register for your place here or email to join

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Ben Earl, Head of Water Efficiency, Southern Water

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