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SKCC will host a number of events over the next two years including:

Site Visits by Claire Walsh — last modified 2006-09-20 12:47
SKCC will conduct four site visits for researchers, practitioners and end-users. Visits will be to look at existing examples of buildings and infrastructures, examine their vulnerability to climate change and to see examples of adaptations.
BKCC Dissemination Conference by Claire Walsh — last modified 2007-08-08 13:34
The BKCC results dissemination conference was held in March 2007.
Workshops by Claire Walsh — last modified 2007-08-08 15:46
Two plenary workshop meetings: the first focussed on the use of probabilistic climate scenarios in planning and managing the built environment and infrastructure; the second two-day workshop investigated three themes: evaluation of adaptation options across sectors; linking adaptation and mitigation options and impacts and adaptations in existing and new building stock.
Stakeholder Workshops by Claire Walsh — last modified 2007-08-08 13:20
The emphasis in the second year of SKCC will be upon developing a research agenda for a programme of research following SKCC. The starting point for this process will begin with two stakeholder workshops in London and Edinburgh. THe meetings will seek to: (i) identify policy and business needs; (ii) identify research challenges that can be addressed to tackle users' issues; (iii) identify cross-disciplinary and cross-sector skills needed to address research challenges.
Researcher/Stakeholder Workshops by Claire Walsh — last modified 2007-08-08 13:58
Following the two initial stakeholder meetings, two further researcher/stakeholder workshops will be held. The first of these will scope potential research areas and then the second, following a period of reflection and research design, will define a future research agenda and research strategy.

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