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The list of documents listed below is the sum total of all events and ideas that could be classified in this way. You can narrow the search by either searching on selected regions (see top right corner) or by adding a key word in the blank box next to the region, or you could to both. The more information you put in, the more limited the list of results. The project partners were all very busy over several years so their work is quite extensive, but please bear in mind that they all worked within the overall Coast Alive project as explained in the section "What is Coast Alive".

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  1. Benchmarking Nordberg fort, further information

    There is a need for developing the outdoor area as a recreational area as well as preserving it in a way which connects it to the site’s history. It is desirable to establish a benchmark for such an assessment.
    Gun position and trenches
    View from AA position
    View from AA position
  2. Climate Risk

    The Project has on certain parts of the work had great support and a very useful relationship with the UK Climate Impact Programme (UKCIP), based at Oxford. Their expertise, based on climate data and actual climate related incidents, is highly relevant and should be accessed and used far more than what is the case. Theirs is a very sound and business-related approach to the potential impacts of alterations in the climate. It is not the change we need to debate, it is the level of risk of damage as a result of the change, on which we need to focus.
  3. A changing Climate

    As we head for a period of milder more extreme weather cycles, the changes in climate do pose a range of risks for us, both to our natural and our cultural heritage. The project has looked at this range of challenges and risks and has worked with external experts to highlight the issues and to make the information accessible to people around us. The note below represents some of the thinking and the discussion points looked at during the course of the project. The documents added to the note are all valuable contributions to this learning.
  4. Climate Change and the North York Moors National Park

    This article outlines the issues in relation to climate change in the North York Moors National Park
    Peat Moorland of the North York Moors near the coast at Ravenscar
  5. PROTECT THE PATH

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Sogn og Fjordane County Council with local partners in Norway. It was aimed to protect the paths in order to prevent wear and tear and, as a result, enable and cope with increased activity on the path.
  6. MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT PRESENTATION

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Rogaland County Council with local partners in Norway. It aimed to give a presentation of Coast Alive at a national seminar, focusing in particular on physical and mental barriers.
  7. COASTAL ACCESS, HERITAGE ASSET SCORING

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Norfolk County Council with local partners in UK. It aimed to create a systematic examination and assessment of the known heritage assets which lie along the coast. This would enable the extension of an existing coastal path, so that assets which are vulnerable to public access could be protected and assets which are of significant interest and importance to the public understanding of the county’s coastal heritage could be promoted.
    New Coastal Access
    World War I Firing Range Bank
    World War I Firing Range Bank
  8. GEOCACHING ON THE NORFOLK COAST PATH

    This is one of many Community Mobilisation Initiatives developed by Coast Alive partners. This one was done by Norfolk County Council with local partners in UK. It was aimed at youngsters but also would be made available to the general public on a geocaching website.
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