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Assessing Climate Impacts: Adaptation site visit

May 15 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm

The south west front of Tredegar House, Newport, South Wales, viewed from the Cedar Garden. The house is a fine example of a late seventeenth century mansion. The stone obelisk within the hedge was erected to the memory of `Sir Briggs', the horse that carried Godfrey Morgan, at the famous Charge of the Light Brigade in 1854.



Following on from our successful climate change adaptation workshop at last year’s Network Harvest, we will be running a site visit to Tredegar House. This will be an opportunity to think about how to assess buildings and land for potential climate impacts, using Tredegar House as a tool to carry out your own assessment. Find out what to look for and discuss potential actions that could be taken.

This event is ideal for anyone who wants to understand more about how climate impacts could affect future business operations, and what key questions we need to be asking.


Our aims for the day:

  1. You will have greater awareness of climate impacts and the need for adaptation
  2. You will have a better understanding of the difference between adaptation and mitigation
  3. You will be starting to think about the process: what you are adapting to and then how do you do it
  4. You will input ideas on some of the practical and strategic measures Tredegar House could take to become a resilient estate
  5. You will know what questions to ask of your own organisations


Outline agenda:

10:30 Arrival, tea, coffee and networking

11.00 Introduction to Tredegar House

11:30: Introduction to climate impacts and the need for adaptation

12.15: Lunch and networking

13:00: Presentation from National Trust Wales on their adaptation journey

13:15: Site visit

16:00: Report back session

16:45: Actions and follow up

17:00: Close


Lunch and refreshments will be provided. To register please visit our Eventbrite page.


Who should attend?

This event is free to attend for Fit for the Future members and their colleagues, non-members may purchase a ticket. It is open to all organisations from the not-for-profit sector and beyond who want to share honest advice and experiences about their sustainability projects. To become a member and attend this and all our future events for free, contact: info@fftf.org.uk


Cancellation policy

For Fit for the Future members there is a fee of £60 for those that cancel within 10 days of the event or do not show up on the day.

Non-members will receive a full refund up to 10 days before the event, otherwise full ticket price will be charged.


May 15
10:30 am - 5:00 pm
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Tredegar House
Newport, Wales NP10 8YW United Kingdom
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