Publications and events

Presentations:

Adger, W.N. et al. (2016). Sharing the pain: Perceptions of fairness affect Private and Public responses to Hazards. Download


Adger, W.N.  (2016). Place, well-being and fairness shape priorities for adaptation to climate change. Download


Presentation by Dr Catherine Butler and Dr Kate Walker-Springett entitled 'Social and Political Dynamics of Flood Risk, Recovery and Response'. Given at the project findings launch event, London, 2016.


Presentation by Dr Catherine Butler, Dr Kate Walker-Springett and Prof. Neil Adger entitled 'Community, resilience and wellbeing in the context for floods'. Given at the National Institute for Health Research Science Workshop on Flooding, Resilience and Public Health in the UK, London, 2015.


Presentation by Dr Kate Walker-Springett, Dr Catherine Butler and Prof. Neil Adger entitled 'Community Resilience, well-being and emotional support'. Given at the Flood and Coast Conference, Telford, 2016


Presentation given by Dr Catherine Butler entitled 'Floods in a changing climate: Understanding the role of crisis in policy change'. Given at the European Sociological Association Conference, Prague, 2015.People and Politics in the Aftermath of Floods', 2015.


Presentation by Dr Catherine Butler entitled 'Exploring the dynamics o change in the aftermath of crisis: The case of the 2013/14 winter floods'. Given at the Royal Geographical Society's annual conference (with IBG), Exeter, 2015.


Presentation by Dr Kate Walker-Springett, Dr Catherine Butler and Dr Karen Parkhill entitled 'Flooding and Farming: exploring institutional responses across different challenges'. Given at the Royal Geographical Society's annual conference (with IBG), Exeter, 2015.


Presentation by Dr Kate Walker-Springett, Dr Catherine Butler and Prof. Lorraine Whitmarsh entitled 'Changing attitudes towards rivers implication of climate change risk on river conservation'. Given at the Biennial Environmental Psychology Conference, Groningen, 2015.


Presentation by Dr Catherine Butler and Dr Kate Walker-Springett entitled 'Resilience and Change in the Aftermath of Floods: The case of Somerset'. Given at the European Climate Change and Adaptation Conference, Copenhagen, 2015 and at the World Water Congress, Edinburgh, 2015.


Presentation by Prof. Neil Adger as part of the Sydney Ideas public lecture series hosted by the University of Sydney, entitled 'Private response, public response and climate futures', 2015.


Webinar by Dr Catherine Butler entitled 'People and Politics in the Aftermath of Floods'. Given to the Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Network, 2015.


Presentation by Dr Catherine Butler entitled 'Transitioning Societies: Crisis, Art and Social Change'. Given to the to the Plymouth Arts Symposium, 2015.

Events:

The Many Faces of Flooding: Policy, Science, and Art
A panel debate and exhibition held on Wednesday 2nd September 2015

This was a public event, as part of the Royal Geographical Society’s annual conference (with IBG), which took place at the University of Exeter in September 2015.

Panel Debate

This panel debate explored how we might effectively and fairly build resilience to future flood events.  The panel members each provided a unique perspective on the 2013/14 winter floods and commented on UK adaptation to future floods.

Chair:

  • Neil Adger, Professor of Human Geography, University of Exeter

Speakers:

Artists

The panel debate was preceded and followed by an exhibition of work from two artists commissioned to reflect on and respond to research conducted by the ESRC funded Winter Floods project.