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Castell Coch promontory fort, Pembrokeshire

The Historic Environment and Climate Change Adaptation Activity Survey 2023 – Can You Help Us?

  • Does any aspect of your work relate to the changing climate in Wales?
  • Does any part of this work link to historic sites, features or landscapes?
  • We’d really like to hear from you and capture your important work in a National Survey for 2023.

The Historic Environment and Climate Change Adaptation Activity Survey records projects and work undertaken during 2023

  • Please tell us about relevant activity that you are involved in or know about.

You can submit your activities quickly and easily via our online short survey

Visit the Historic Environment and Climate Change Adaptation Activity Survey page for further information

You can download previous survey reports for 2020, 2021 and 2022 from the Cadw website

  • Survey results are essential for informing the 2024 sector adaptation report for Welsh Government
  • The survey will close at 14:00 on 9 February 2024.
Castell Coch promontory fort, Pembrokeshire
Castell Coch promontory fort, Pembrokeshire
Volunteers clearing scrub at Tower Point Rath promontory fort, Pembrokeshire. This work is part of a wider archaeological monitoring and maintenance scheme led by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.
Volunteers clearing scrub at Tower Point Rath promontory fort, Pembrokeshire. This work is part of a wider archaeological monitoring and maintenance scheme led by the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority.

Background

In February 2020 the Historic Environment Group (HEG) published the Historic Environment and Climate Change in Wales Sector Adaptation Plan (SAP available here) to help raise awareness of the risks and opportunities of climate change for the historic environment of Wales and the need for adaptation. In Section 6 of the SAP there are a series of headline actions with intended outputs and outcomes for the historic environment. 

We are now at the Year 4 ‘interim report of activity’ stage of the 5-year SAP Monitoring and Evaluation Framework cycle (available here). The HEG Climate Change Subgroup have therefore launched their consultation to gather evidence of adaptation activity relevant to the historic environment in Wales, undertaken during 2023. This will help us to evaluate progress against the published actions and to identify gaps and priority areas that require further attention.

Thank you, on behalf of the HEG Climate Change Subgroup.

18/01/2024

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