We are heading ever closer to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) that will be held in Glasgow this November, and as part of RSK’s focus on all things sustainability, RSK Principal Geoenvironmental Scientist Helen McMillan will be presenting at the Scottish Contaminated Land Forum (SCLF) annual conference next week.
The two-day event, to be held online on 8 and 9 September 2021, will consist of four sessions covering everything from the net zero transition and opportunities for land reuse to nature-based remediation solutions, reflecting this year’s event theme: “Brownfield remediation and reuse in the circular economy”.
Helen’s presentation, “Considering climate change in controlled waters risk assessment”, is part of the land contamination risk assessment and sustainability session and will round off the event as the final talk on Thursday, 9 September.
The talk will examine how climate change may have implications for the hydrogeological conceptual site model underpinning land contamination controlled waters risk assessments.
Tickets for the conference cost £30 and can be purchased online at the SCLF website, where you can also view the whole conference agenda.