Resilient lagoons network is working together to raise awareness of climate-vulnerable lagoons in the global south
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Our groundbreaking multi-stakeholder workshops
The RLN’s primary networking activity takes the form of workshops. Depending on global events and participants’ resources, these can be either in-person or virtual. They embody our innovative, multi-stakeholder approach to improving the resilience of lagoon communities.
These events are designed to facilitate introductions, encourage engagement, support constructive dialogue and maximise collaboration. They constitute the platform on which we aim to build an effective strategy for fostering ownership, empowerment and We welcome contributions from anyone with knowledge of the problems at hand – whether environmental, social, governance-related or economic. Expertise and experience in all relevant concerns will be essential to identifying the multifaceted solutions required.
Our contact details
You can learn more about our work and how to participate by contacting our project leaders or visiting our website. We look forward to collaborating with you in building resilient futures for these communities, the people who live in them and the regions and nations in which they lie.
Dr Sian Davies-Vollum
Head of School of Built and Natural Environment
University of Derby, UK
Professor Isaac Boateng
Associate Professor of River and Coastal Engineering and Dean of Faculty, Business Education
University of Education, Winneba, Ghana