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Aberdeen harbour - a conflict of interest
Aberdeen harbour - a conflict of interest

Duration: 01:55

Conflicts of interest between Aberdeen Council and Aberdeen Harbour Authority are outlined.

 
Balmedie Country Park
Balmedie Country Park

Duration: 03:01

A discussion about the different uses of Balmedie Country Park in Aberdeen and the possible conflicts of interest centred on it.

 
Coastal management strategies - sea defences and managed retreat
Coastal management strategies - sea defences and managed retreat

Duration: 05:22

A comparison of the different coastal management strategies of Minehead and Porlock in Somerset. In Minehead, millions of pounds have been spent on sea defences. Porlock is managed very differently with a policy of managed retreat.

 
Development of Aberdeen sea front
Development of Aberdeen sea front

Duration: 03:33

Aberdeen sea front has suffered in the past from disparate developments. Current plans for expansion of facilities are now organised under one council masterplan.

 
Erosional coastlines
Erosional coastlines

Duration: 01:10

The three main processes of erosion are explained and illustrated.

 
Home-built sea defences land a man in court
Home-built sea defences land a man in court

Duration: 02:03

A retired engineer has won the latest stage of his legal battle to protect his home from falling into the sea.

 
Living with coastal erosion in Happisburgh, East Anglia (pt 1/2)
Living with coastal erosion in Happisburgh, East Anglia (pt 1/2)

Duration: 4:50

From the air, it is possible to see why the village of Happisburgh in Norfolk is being consumed by coastal erosion.

 
Living with coastal erosion in Happisburgh, East Anglia (pt 2/2)
Living with coastal erosion in Happisburgh, East Anglia (pt 2/2)

Duration: 3:03

The residents of Happisburgh, a village in Norfolk, describe what it is like to live with the threat of coastal erosion.

 
Managed retreat to counter the impact of rising sea levels
Managed retreat to counter the impact of rising sea levels

Duration: 01:24

The Humber Estuary is one of the most important sites in Europe for birds. Rising sea levels are destroying the mud flats on which the birds feed.

 
Preventing the collapse of Mussenden Temple in Northern Ireland
Preventing the collapse of Mussenden Temple in Northern Ireland

Duration: 01:56

News report about engineers working to protect the Mussenden Temple in Northern Ireland.

 
Sands of Forvie National Nature Reserve - land use conflicts
Sands of Forvie National Nature Reserve - land use conflicts

Duration: 03:52

An outline of the function of the Sands of Forvie Nature Reserve, near to the proposed Trump golf development in Aberdeenshire. Several potential conflicts and hazards are illustrated.

 
Scrabo Tower in Co Down.
Scrabo Tower in Co Down.

Duration: 02:08

An introduction to the materials used to build Scrabo in County Down.

 
The Gower Peninsular - physical and human change
The Gower Peninsular - physical and human change

Duration: 02:25

Coastal environments have changed dramatically over time. Human settlement on the Gower Peninsula can be traced back 30,000 years.

 
The impact of sea defences along the East Anglian coastline
The impact of sea defences along the East Anglian coastline

Duration: 04:17

A man whose home is under threat from coastal erosion constructs his own sea defences. How does this have an impact along the coastline?

 
The St Fergus Coastal Environment Committee
The St Fergus Coastal Environment Committee

Duration: 02:52

The St Fergus Coastal Environment Committee advises on the conservation of the environment in relation to development in the area.

 

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