The Lloyd’s Tercentenary Research Foundation and their Board are supporting a collaborative team from academia, conservation and insurance to value the risk reduction benefits of coastal habitats and to identify opportunities to finance natural infrastructure solutions.

At this special event, Lloyd's will host experts in coastal ecology, coastal engineering, risk modelling and economics that will present ground-breaking work on the modeling and financing of natural infrastructure to support risk reduction and climate adaptation. Attendees will learn about the significant risk reduction role of natural infrastructure, how this role may be accounted for in industry risk models, and how investments in natural infrastructure can enhance natural wealth and social resilience.

Brief presentations and a facilitated panel session will be followed by an audience discussion.


Event details:

Date: Tuesday 13 June 2017

Time: 13.00 - 14.30


The Old Library
One Lime Street


Registration for the event will open shortly, but please email if you would like to express an interest in attending.