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At this evening lecture Ashley Woods will present his award-winning paper on the impact of climate change on flood risk in the UK.
The lecture will:
18:00 Registration and refreshments
18:30 Welcome from the Chair
18:35 Main lecture
19:15 Questions and answers session
19:35 Summation from the Chair
19:40 Drinks Reception
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Ashley is the Senior Environmental Advisor within the Safety, Environment and Performance Management team at APM Terminals; a leading global port, cargo and inland services provider within the A.P. Moller-Maersk Group. Here Ashley is developing a new global Environmental strategy for APM Terminals. Previously Ashley worked as an Environmental and Social Advisor within BP's major projects and operations functions where he focussed significant time on issues surrounding water management and waste water discharges. Prior to that Ashley was a Sustainability Engineer for AECOM where he supported the integration of water sensitive urban design to urban masterplans. Ashley started his professional career as an Environmental Consultant and Soils and Geology Team Lead for Haycock Associates where he supported and led projects on flood risk and water resource management issues. Ashley has an Undergraduate degree in Natural Sciences and a Masters Degree in Geography from the University of Durham, and a Master Degree in Urban Sustainability and Resilience from the Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering department of University College London. Ashley is a Chartered Scientist and a Fellow of the Geological Society of London.