Professor Lynne Frostick, CBE
Emeritus Professor, Energy & Environment Institute, University of Hull
Formerly a Professor of Physical Geography at the University, Professor Frostick CBE’s work in the aftermath of the 2007 floods in Hull played a vital role in shaping UK flood policy through the national Pitt Review. She remains an Emeritus Professor at the University of Hull’s Energy & Environment Institute today, and is committed to enhancing opportunities for women in STEM careers.
Summary: Climate change is already impacting on the rivers and coasts of our country. River flow records are exceeded on a regular basis and sea level rise is accelerating. Even if the world population agreed to stop emitting carbon dioxide today there is at least a hundred years of embedded change already in progress. This lecture will outline past and present trends in flood risk and then suggest ways society can adapt become resilient to the threat of flooding.
Attending the lecture: This event is open to both members and non-members to attend in person. The event will also be streamed using Zoom. Unless COVID-19 (or other) restrictions are imposed, it will not be necessary to book in advance. If such restrictions are put in place, then this webpage will be updated with information on how to book.
Members: Members will receive an email about a week before the event providing them with the information required to listen to the lecture using Zoom.
Non-members: Non-members may attend either on Zoom or in-person on payment of £5 (student non-members £3) by booking through EventBrite: