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ELM TWO Environment & Planning


David Collins: conference papers and presentations

Conference papers and presentations

Optimising Coastal Managed Realignment Delivery. Conference at the Institution of Civil Engineers, One Great George Street, London. November 2010.
'Present policy drivers and future options'

Rural Town Planning Institute. Coastal Planning for Change, Ipswich. October 2009
'The Blyth Estuary Strategy and enganging the public'

Flood and Coastal Management Conference, Telford International Conference Centre. July 2009.
'Development of mitigation measures for a withdrawal of maintenance policy in the Blyth Estuary in Suffolk.'
David Collins, David Keiller and Stuart Barbrook.

Flood and Coastal Management Conference, Telford International Conference Centre. July 2009.
'The Anglian Regional Habitat Creation Programme: progress and challenges.'
David Collins, Paul Miller and Peter Doctor.

British Association of Nature Conservation, London, Wild Ideas Conference. July 2008.
‘Adapting to Change’ – (impacts of climate change and sea level rise on coastal habitats in East Anglia and what to do about it)

Flood and Coastal Management Conference, University of Manchester, July 2008.
‘Policy in practice: withdrawal of maintenance, a test case on the Blyth Estuary’
David Keiller, David Collins, Matthew Clegg and Allen Risby.

‘Wallasea Island Wetland Creation Project – lessons learnt and new visions’
Colin Scott, Mark Dixon, John Sharpe and David Collins

Natural England National Coastal Issues Group, Aldeburgh, June 2008
Presentation on the Blyth Estuary

Water: the Challenge for Users. Carrigaline, Cork, Ireland, April 2008
‘Diminishing Wetlands – a Recipe for Disaster’
David Collins and Eiluned Morgan

British Ornithologists Union 150th Aniversary Conference. Bird Conservation in Response to Global Change: from Ornithology to Policy. Leicester University April 2008.
‘Coastal Management Policy and its implications for bird populations’
Phil Atkinson and David Collins

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Flood Forum, January 2008
Presentation on applying withdrawal of maintenance

Environment Agency National Environmental Assessment Service Conference, November 2007
Sustainable Estuary Management

Country Land and Business Association, Regional seminar on coastal management, Stratford St Andrew, Suffolk, October 2007 Presentation titled ‘Estuary Management Planning for the Future.

GO-East Coastal Forum, Cambridge, September 2007
Presentation on the Blyth Estuary Strategy

North Sea Coastal Managers Annual Workshop, Aldeburgh, June 2007
Presentation on the Blyth Estuary and coastal habitat isssues

The River Restoration Centre 8th Annual Network Conference, University of Chester, April 2007 – river restoration as a measure to deliver sustainable Flood Risk Management (FRM) and Water Framework Directive (WFD) objectives
‘Catchment scale habitat management in the Murray Basin, Australia’

Catchments to Coast. Proceedings of the joint Society of Wetlands Scientists and Australian Marine Sciences Association International Conference, July 2006, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
‘Sustainable estuary management in eastern England’

Environment Agency/English Nature Regional Workshop on Estuary Strategies, London, February 2006
Presentation titled Estuary Strategies – a pragmatists perspective.

Coastnet Conference, Participatory planning and working with natural processes on the coast, RIKZ. The Hague, Netherlands, January 2006
‘Challenges to reducing flood risk’

Environment Agency Regional Forum, Shuttleworth, November 2005
Presentation titled Planning for the Future of the Anglian Coast.

Restoration, Re-Introduction and Translocation. Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management, Southport, November, 2004
‘Flood and Coastal Management Strategies’

Littoral 2004. 2nd joint conerence between EUROCOAST and the EUCC – The Coastal Union. Delivering Sustainable Coasts: Connecting Science and Policy, Aberdeen, September 2004

The River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference, University of Durham, April 2004 – the need for a catchment scale approach to river restoration
‘A multi-purpose catchment management pilot project’

Getting Wet: Ecological Challenges in Marine, Estuarine and River Environments. Proceedings of the 14th Conference of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management, Torquay, November 2001

River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference, Coventry, April 2001
‘Managing Floodplains – opportunities for biodiversity’