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									              Coastal Futures 2008
            Review and Future Trends
                    January 22 -24                        2008
                   SOAS, University of London

January 22nd Climate change Mitigation - The role of the Coastal and Marine
January 23rd The Policy context –The Marine Bill - European Marine Strategy -
EU Maritime Policy - Marine Spatial Planning -Coastal issues – Coastal Access –
Napoli – Recreational boating - ICZM – Benefits of Partnership - Coastal Flood Risk
and SMP - Climate Change – Mitigation – Severn Barrage - Marine Science
Sea Mount & management

January 24th Seabed Mapping - Archaeology - Port – Aggregate Developments -
Water Framework Directive - Marine Protected Areas & Fisheries - Discards –
Fisheries Policy - Market forces - Changing ecosystems

The Countryside Council for Wales
Emu Ltd
The Environment Agency
Mott MacDonald

                                      Organised by

                       CMS - Coastal Management for Sustainability

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                     Coastal Futures 2008 - Review and Future Trends
                                   January 22-24 2008

Coastal Futures 2008 provides:-
 Strong perspectives - from key stakeholders and industry leaders, who take a proactive
   approach to the sustainability agenda
 Reviews - from acknowledged experts in many subjects
 Future trends - pointers to future areas of activity which will directly affect your work
 Networking - an excellent opportunity to meet those at the forefront of these issues

Coastal Futures 2008 sets out to:-
 Deliberately bring together different sectors to discuss important developments and concerns
 Describe the actual changes that are taking place in the environment that are causing
   concern and actions being taken to deal with these
 Describe the developing programme of legislation and policy which is unfolding to meet these

Tuesday January 22nd
Climate Change Mitigation - The Role of the Coastal and Marine Sector

9.00    Registration and refreshments

9.45    Welcome and introduction: Chairman Andy Greaves Defra

9.50    Marine Climate Change Impact Partnership update and report card
                                                  Paul Buckley MCCIP/Cefas

10.20 The Current Context – An Overview Professor Robert J Nicholls Southampton University

10.50 Key steps to mitigation: what are the options? Alternative views
        15 mins        Industry perspective    Tony Espie BP
        15 mins       An NGO perspective       Keith Allott & Emily Lewis-Brown WWF-UK
11.20 Discussion
11.45 Break & refreshments

Session 2: Chairman: Kathy Kennedy Cefas
Key sectors involved in climate change mitigation [ 30 minute slots – 20 minute presentation and 10
minutes for questions and answers]

12.30 Nuclear                           Dr David Norfolk   British Energy
13.00 Carbon Sequestration              Tony Espie BP
13.30 Break & refreshments

Session 3 Chairman : Richard Mellish BERR

14.15 Shipping emissions                Bev McKenzie IMaREST
14.45 Offshore renewables               Duncan Ayling BWEA
15.15 Severn Barrage                    Professor Roger Falconer Cardiff University

15.45   Concluding comments
16.00   Finish – refreshments

Wednesday 23 January

9.00 Registration and refreshments
Session 1: Chairman Julia Simpson Environment Agency
9.45    Introduction
9.50    Marine Strategy Directive                     Defra speaker to be announced
10.10   European Maritime Policy                      Theresa Crossley Department for Transport
10.35   Marine Bill: Developments and next steps      Defra speaker tba
           20 min presentation and 30 min Q&A
11.25   Marine Spatial Planning Pilots – Scotland         David Mallon Scottish Government
11.50   Break and refreshments

Session 2: Chairman Clive Gilbert info' COAST coastal and marine information, policy and planning

12.40   Improving coastal access – an update           Andrew Chester Natural England
13.00   Lessons from the Napoli incident                MCA speaker tba
13.20   Benefits to working in partnership at the coast Caroline Chambers Entec and
                                                        Stephen Collins Defra
13.40   Recreational boating: Trends, developments and environmental
                                      Sally Banham & Brian Clark British Marine Federation
14.00   Insurance risk at the coast   Swenja Surminski Association of British Insurers
14.20    Shoreline Management Plans – Developments and Progress
                                                       Peter Frew North Norfolk District Council
14.40    Break & refreshments

Session 3: Chairman Daniel Owen Fenners Chambers
15.20    Climate Change update – key points               Emily Lewis-Brown WWF
15.40    Severn Barrage – Environmental Issues            Steve Hull ABPmer
16.00    Developments in marine science co-ordination: Oceans 2025 & House of Commons Select
          Committee Outcomes           Phil Williamson Oceans 2025 Science Co-ordinator,
16.20    Keynote: The ecology and management of sea mounts
                                                       Ricardo Santos University of the Azores
17.00    Wine reception

Thursday 24 January

Session 4: Chairman tba
9.30    Seabed habitat mapping to deliver current EU Directives and influence emerging policy
                                                   Natalie Coltman JNCC
9.50    Archaeology and Heritage Protection Bill            Chris Pater English Heritage
10.10 Developments in the marine aggregate industry         Mark Russell BMAPA
10.30 Port industry & environment                  Peter Barham ABP
10.50 The Water Framework Directive – River Basin District Planning – Implications for coastal and
        marine interests                                    speaker tba

11.10   Break and refreshments

Session 5: Chairman Patricia Almada-Villela Mott MacDonald
11.55 Scallop fishing in SACs               Jean-Luc Solandt Marine Conservation Society
12.15 Lundy Island No Take Zone – The First Five Years    Chris Davis Natural England
                                                          Miles Hoskin CMER
12.35 Lyme Bay progress                                   Richard White Devon Wildlife Trust
12.55 The first seven Offshore SACs – your chance to comment     Charlotte Johnston JNCC
13.15 Marine Protected Areas in England – Next Steps      Mark Duffy Natural England
13.35 Break and refreshments

Session 6: Chairman Steve Lockwood
14.15 Fisheries Vision 2027 – taking the long term view       Defra – speaker to be announced
14.35 Discards policy – the continuing challenges             Andrew Revill Cefas
14.55 Market drivers and fisheries                            Phil MacMullen SeaFish
15.15 Keynote: An un-natural history of the sea               Callum Roberts York University

15.50   End and refreshments
                         Coastal Futures 2008 - Review and Future Trends
                                       January 22-24 2008

The Venue: The venue is the Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre, in the University of London, Thornhaugh
Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG. This is a comfortable, tiered lecture theatre with all the
modern AV aids and professional projectionists.
The Organiser: This will be the 15th in this series of meetings organised by Dr Bob Earll of Coastal
Management for Sustainability (CMS). Coastal Futures 2008 is being sponsored by ABPmer, Cefas,
The Countryside Council for Wales, Emu Ltd, The Environment Agency, Mott MacDonald, WWF-UK
 The Conference Fees
The conference fee is:                                 £160 + VAT £28.00      = £188.00
Retired/ Full time postgraduate students               £ 65 + VAT £11.37      = £76.37
Group rate – for 3 or more booking together            £140 + VAT £24.50      = £164.50 each
     This is a three day conference. The fee is intended for individuals attending for all or part of
        the three days; it cannot be transferred or split between staff. There is no single day rate.
     Students should book individually.
     The fee includes refreshments and food and all documentation including conference
        delegate notes; delegates with special needs should make this clear upon booking

 Payment may be made online at www.coastms.co.uk. or by cheque, BACS, or credit card
 Cheques( made payable to ‘CMS’) should be sent to: CMS, Candle Cottage, Kempley, Glos GL18 2BU
 For BACS payments please return the booking form first for an invoice to be raised
 Invoices will be issued as the standard response
 Confirmation of registration will be acknowledged on receipt of booking form
 Receipts will be issued on payment
 Payment should be completed BEFORE the event; otherwise entry may be refused
 Refunds (less £20 administration charge) will only be issued for cancellation more than ten working days
  before the meeting; substitutes are permitted

    Further details from Bob Earll: Phone / Fax 01531 890415 Joining details – maps, directions and hotels –
         programme are on the CMS website: www.coastms.co.uk or Email: bob.earll@coastms.co.uk
Cyclus print is 100% recycled: Environmental classification: ABCD: 15a/25c/60d/TSO100 Nordic Swan Blue Angel
Photographs: Defra, R Earll, BWEA, JNCC, Matt Service AFBI
           Coastal Futures 2008, January 22-24
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