Meeting the Challenges Climate Change Presents to Scotland’s Historic Environment

Despite the numerous examples throughout Scotland of the impact of, and damage caused to date by Climate Change, there remains widespread confusion and misunderstanding concerning many aspects of this critically important issue. In order to increase awareness and understanding of the realities of Climate Change, the Course will include presentations by a range of leading authorities from throughout the UK with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the threat Climate Change poses - not only to our built and landscape heritage, but also our cities, towns and homes.

In addition to providing those attending with highly useful information, the Course will offer practical advice and guidance concerning the interventions necessary to meet the challenges Climate Change presents to Scotland’s Historic Environment.
As well as the attached information concerning the course’s content, presenters and booking details, please feel free to use the photographs which include the flooding earlier this year of the recently restored Sail Loft Bunkhouse in Portsoy, the risk to Abergeldie Castle, and flood damage to a house and bridge in Aberdeenshire.

The course will take place over Thursday the 26th October and Friday 27th, at Duff House, Banff. Lunch and refreshments are included in the price.

If you require further information concerning any aspect of the Course or its content, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us on 01888 511347, or at soundcraft@towiebarclay.co.uk

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