Managing flood risk in the context of the climate emergency This year we'll be exploring what the climate emergency means for Flood Risk Management with contributions from youth climate strikers as well as policy and planning experts from the public sector. Our attention will be on translating the growing momentum into systemic change and identifying new ways of working by learning from successful case studies, new tools and opportunities. The Conference is interactive, so remember we’ll be using Slido to take your questions and contributions during the sessions, and if you are on Twitter, the Conference’s hashtag is #FRM2020. Please use it for sharing any bits of the conference you find most interesting! You can find and download the most up-to-date programme here. You can also find the delegate list here. We are not printing the programmes for each delegate this year, so if you need a paper copy, please bring one along. Throughout the past year Sniffer has also been organising FRM knowledge exchange workshops, you can find out more about them below: - Climate change allowances for flood risk assessment in land use planning - Working together to manage flood risk:Developing and implementing flood studies - Accessing Funding for Flood Risk Management Looking forward to seeing you at the conference on 30 and 31 January in Glasgow.