There are a whole host of ways you can get involved in the Shorelines Project. From offering wall space on a building you own, to getting stuck in with a paintbrush, or even just being part of the conversation in your community, we’d love you to be part of this project.
If you want to know more about the project, you can sign up to a webinar. We’ll be talking about the project, how you can be involved and exploring the issue of climate change and the sort of future that Hull faces. All you have to do is get in touch.
We would also welcome support from local businesses and philanthropists who would like to kickstart the debate around climate change and flooding in Hull and beyond. While this project is being funded wholly privately, any extra support will allow us to do more and to involve more members of the community.
Hear from Georgina, who was flooded in 2007 while on holiday, below. Georgina’s honest video highlights the utter devastation she came home to, and how it affected her more than she ever realised.
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At this meeting, Rights: Community: Action will be presenting the science behind the 1.55m of sea level rise, mapping that out for Hull, looking at the connections and starting to explore Hull’s response.
At this meeting, there’ll be a panel of speakers discussing the science of climate change, the implications for Hull, and the response that cities like Hull need to be thinking about.
At this meeting, Rights: Community: Action’s planners and lawyers will take you through the land-use planning system – how plans are made, how development happens, what are the rules and when we can challenge.