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Sustainable Coasts: Balancing socio-economic drivers whilst preserving coastal amenity & habitat

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24 April 2015
at West Park Conference, Dundee
for scientists, students and other interested parties
TEF Conference 2015 poster (courtesy TEF)

As east-central Scotland's Local Coastal Partnership, the Tay Estuary Forum puts together a conference each year to reflect current issues within the coastal and marine environments at both a regional and national scale, with a Tay regional focus, attracting key stakeholders working within the Fife, Angus, Dundee and Perth & Kinross coastlines, and the adjacent offshore area. The TEF aims to incorporate elements of science, policy and management beneath an overarching theme, to give a variety of participants a platform to discuss and inform.

This year's programme includes topics on:

  • Onshore and offshore planning: Land use change and marine planning
  • Dundee Waterfront developments
  • Renewable Energy
  • Protecting coastal infrastructure
  • Local environmental initiatives
  • Coastal/marine research projects
  • Sustainable coastal communities and coastal identity

The booking form available below can be filled out electronically and returned to to secure a place. Alternatively, print and post the form to the following address: Tay Estuary Forum, Room G35, Tower Building, University of Dundee, Perth Road, Dundee DD1 4HN. For more information on the event, visit the TEF website.


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