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Flash Flooding Challenge

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Flash Flooding Challenge

An Environment Agency competition

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do you got an idea that will help communities at risk of flash flooding?

 

The Environment Agency is running the Flash Flooding Challenge competition which is open to students and researchers from universities across the north of England.

 

As well as being a great experience and addition to your CV, the competition and following presentation ceremony is great opportunity to present your idea to industry professionals and attract interest or funding for your idea and provides an excellent networking opportunity for your future career. 

 

This could be your opportunity to directly help local communities using the ideas you present, but be quick, the competition closes on Friday 14 February.  

 

Full competition details on the Environment Agency website >>

 

You will have seen in recent weeks how devastating flooding can be and how the impact can be, and is, being felt by communities for weeks and months after the rain has finished falling and the tides have receded.

 

Whether it be flooding from rivers, the sea or from flash flooding, the risk to communities and businesses is often significant. Across the country around 215 communities have been identified by the Environment Agency as being at risk of flash flooding, with 125 in the North of England alone.

 

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