Our Climate Change Network (CCN) provides expert advice for CIWEM and is a sounding board for current and new initiatives. The CCN enables CIWEM to deliver technical and policy outputs to a consistently high standard in this subject area. The network acts as a focal point, bringing together practitioners working in the area or for whom climate change is a particular area of interest or expertise. The network includes professionals from across the public and private sectors and across the globe. For more information about our work on climate change please visit the energy and climate change page.
If you have climate change as an element of your work or are interested in climate change issues, please email Heather Jones to join the network. Membership of the network is a great way to keep in touch with our work on climate change issues and to engage with peers. Membership of the network is open to both CIWEM members and non members.
The CCN is an online global network. A Steering Group meets periodically to help direct the work of the Network as a whole.
The group is chaired by Adam Hosking, Global Director for Jacobs with overall responsibility for Water Resources technical services, which includes Resilience, Climate Change Adaptation, flood and coastal risk management, stormwater green infrastructure, integrated water resource management, and ecosystem restoration.
The Steering Group aims to:
If you have experience of working on climate change issues and would like to join the Steering Group, please email Heather Jones for more information.
Whether you are studying, actively looking to progress your career, or already extensively experienced, our membership will add value and recognition to your achievements. We can actively help you progress throughout your career.Become a member
We organise a wide portfolio of UK and international thought leading events, providing an industry recognised forum for debate, CPD and sector networking. These events also support our policy work and inform key initiatives.View our events