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Kieron Stanley (Environment Agency) Mapping For Sustainable Communities 170608

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Kieron Stanley's presentation in Mapping for Sustainable Communities, UCL, 17th June '08

Kieron Stanley's presentation in Mapping for Sustainable Communities, UCL, 17th June '08

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    • 1. Environmental Inequalities Cumulative Impacts Dr Kieron Stanley Principal Social Scientist Environment Agency
    • 2. Combinable Perspectives?
      • The relevance of scientific paradigms
      • Influencing Behaviours – scientists, publics, policy makers?
      • Power in Knowledge Brokerage
    • 3.  
    • 4.  
    • 5. Why work with the public…?
    • 6.  
    • 7. Whose job is it anyway?
    • 8. Knowledge Brokers
      • Research Councils
      • Policy Advisors
      • Private Sector (MORI)
      • Universities???
      • Third Sector
      • Publics
      • Whose science counts?
      “… Britons are fattest people in Europe”
    • 9. What counts as evidence? not everything that can be counted counts, not everything that counts can be counted
    • 10. Social justice principles Rights Needs Deserts Merit Equality Procedural justice Principles Moral claims Fair process Fair outcome Distributive justice
    • 11. Evidence: Flood Risk & River Quality
      • The most deprived communities in society are 62% more likely to be living in areas at high risk of tidal flooding , and are more likely to be less aware of the risk, less well prepared and suffer the greatest losses and health effects.
      • There are eight times more people in the most deprived 10% of the population living in tidal floodplains than the least deprived 10%
      • 1/4 of rented households are not insured, average costs to a household are estimated to average £28K+ for recovery
      • River water quality is worse in the most deprived areas in England, where up to 50% of watercourses are extensively modified, providing less natural habitats for wildlife.
    • 12. Prediction & Reaction: heat waves
    • 13. Critical Infrastructure
    • 14. NO 2 concentrated in urban, deprived areas and transport routes
    • 15. Access and Environmental Benefits
    • 16. we know that people in deprived areas experience greater exposure to:
      • Air pollution
      • Sea flooding
      • Close proximity to PPC and waste management sites
      • Poor river water quality
    • 17. Developing our understanding: cumulative environmental impacts Single Exposure (A ) Single Exposure (B) Single Exposure (C ) Single Exposure (B) Single Exposure (C) Outcome Time Multiple and Cumulative Single Exposure (A) Multiple and Cumulative Outcome Outcome
    • 18. The Environmental Quality Index:
      • IDeA, Local Govt Information House
      • GORS
      • Additional Learning Support Structures
      • 22 events throughout 08
      • Financial Support to Local Authorities to participate
      • Link to well being work of Defra, Young Foundation, LSE, HPA
      • Building Resilience, Evidencing Vulnerability to Climate Change and Emergency Response
    • 19. www.sei.se/relu University of York
    • 20.  
    • 21. The UK Sustainable Development Indicator of Environmental Equality
    • 22. Which indicators:
      • Air Emissions
      • Proximity to Regulated Sites
      • Ecofootprint
      • CO2 Emissions
      • Derelict land
      • Green space
      • Bio-diversity
      • Flood risk
      • River water quality
      • Street cleanliness
      • Fly-tipping
      • Quality of social housing
    • 23.  
    • 24. Gathering Local Evidence Understanding Cumulative Impacts – the combined effects of multiple environmental hazards Parkfield, Stockton-on-Tees Pillgwenlly, Newport Longsight, Manchester The Manor, Sheffield West Thornton, Croydon
    • 25. Action Research
    • 26.  
    • 27.  
    • 28.  
    • 29.  
    • 30. Tame Bridge Parkway
    • 31.  
    • 32.
        • Vulnerability & Resilience
    • 33. Area Profiling & Measuring Performance
      • Local Govt Performance Framework
      • Local /Multiple Area Agreements
    • 34.
      • Risk Based Analyses
    • 35. Cultures of Nature and Knowledge
    • 36. Collaborative Approaches – shared problem formulation
    • 37. Critical Infrastructure – helping to price uncertainty and re-define ‘exposure’
    • 38. Procedural justice and community engagement: good practice in Shaldon
      • South Devon community at serious risk of tidal flooding
      • 2005:
        • Public exhibition to build trust
        • Public meeting to identify issues and respond to queries
        • Liaison group formed to develop remit for Agency
      • Decide - Announce - Defend
      • E ngage - Deliberate - Decide
    • 39. Questions?
    • 40.
      • Many thanks!

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