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The National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England Glossary, published by the Environment Agency, defines adaptive pathways as: ‘pathways that enable local places to better plan for future flood and coastal change and adapt to future climate hazards. They can also be referred to as strategic investment pathways. This means being agile to the latest climate science, growth projections, investment opportunities and other changes to the local environment. Adaptive pathways better equip practitioners and policy makers to make the best decisions, taken at the right time to benefit people, infrastructure, the economy and the environment. Adaptive pathways should plan out to 2100 and beyond’.
- Flood risk management.
- Future flood prevention.
- How adaptive planning is being used to future-proof water supplies in the South East.
- Lead local flood authorities LLFAs.
- Planning for floods.
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