Incentivising Household Action On Flooding

flood action

Our latest blog runs through our findings from a recent trip to Westminster where we had the pleasure of  attending a round table discussion by Social Market Foundation on Incentivising Household Action On Flooding.

Attended by Theresa Coffey, under shadow secretary for Environment,  Flood Re, Aviva, Lloyds Banking Group and the chair of Environment Agency, Emma Howard Boyd and other key players in the flood arena.

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