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Join the Environment Agency to learn about flooding, its impacts and the danger of flood water. We have the launch of new video exploring flooding from a child’s perspective and talks from a number of experts from across the Environment Agency who will explain how you can work with us to build a nation resilient to the impacts of flooding now and in the future.
The Broadcast will start at 10am Tuesday 20th October and will last for approximately 20 minutes. We look forward to seeing you there
Paul is on secondment from the Environment Agency’s national flood team to help the DfE with its work on flood and climate resilience across the school estate. His work involves improving awareness of risks, linking work programmes with water companies and the Environment Agency and helping schools reduce their flood risk.
Paul has 25 years experience working for the Environment Agency’s in a number of different local and national roles and is a is a Chartered Water & Environmental Manager.
Jo is a Chartered Scientist and has a BSc Geography (Hons) from the University of Hull and a MSc Applied Meteorology and Climatology from the University of Birmingham. She started her career as a meteorologist in Sydney, whilst travelling in Australia. On her return to the UK, Jo joined MeteoGroup where she was a meteorologist for over 4 years. In 2005, Jo joined the Environment Agency as a hydrologist / flood forecaster and over the last 15 years has had a variety of roles focussing on developing and improving flood forecasting capabilities, incident response and flood risk awareness. Jo also works as a freelance weather producer at Sky News. Jo loves all things related to the weather, hydrology and geography and is passionate about encouraging more children into STEM subjects and making it fun. Jo is a STEM Learning Ambassador and visits schools to talk about her career, weather and flooding.
I am currently working in the Flood Resilience Team in East Anglia. Within the team I focus on Engagement and GIS. I work on education and community engagement with local flood schemes. Often I will be out in schools educating children on the risk and hazards associated with flooding and how to keep themselves safe. Another significant part of my role is working with GIS and supporting our technical specialist.
I currently work for the Environment Agency in the Flood Resilience Team and as the Flood Resilience Engagement Advisor I cover Essex, Suffolk and Norfolk.
As part of my role I work with high risk communities to help them become more resilient to flooding. My area has a huge coast line so I tend to target coastal communities that are at risk of tidal flooding and coastal erosion.
I spend a lot of time with young people in schools to talk about the dangers and how they can be prepared.
Chris Skinner is a research fellow at the Energy and Environment Institute, University of Hull. He specialises in using computer models of the environment to understand the risks of flooding and climate change. He also runs the SeriousGeoGames Lab that creates games, virtual reality activities, and 360 videos to help people understand environmental issues
Flood warning information, including how to sign up for flood alerts, find out your flood risk and make a plan
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