Faith Ka Shun Chan (He/Him)

Head of School , Faith Ka Shun, Chan, Associate Professor, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Nottingham Ningbo China
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About Faith Ka Shun Chan

Faith specialises in international water management policies, particularly in sustainable flood management and planning practices, flood risk assessment practices in the UK, Europe and East Asian coastal cities, and deltas and their applications in both developed and developing countries.


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Behind the Paper Climate Research in Action

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Oct 09, 2023
Replying to Faith Ka Shun Chan

Nice and support!

I will share the talk on the WeChat Moment 

Oct 09, 2023

Nice and support!

Sep 18, 2023

This is Faith from University of Nottingham Ningbo China, I am very much concerned about students' mental health after reading your latest finding Umair, Jodie and Kamila. I really hope students are enjoying our study provided and being positive to face their challenges in their study. But if the stress and pressure not from the academic side, which is extremely difficult for us to address too. But anyway - the findings looks that is our opportunity seeing what kind of support to be provided and helped our students in the UK. 

Nov 18, 2022

Hi Brett and authors - I agree with your findings and sometimes the public and communities they do not have choices as because they do not know the detailed modelling data and the tools that explicit. That makes sense because they do not do this and would not know the more accurate findings. In some Global South or most of GS countries, these kind of services even lacking or simply has not been established. Thus - in the US, communities are well-off having the flood information but as the research suggested the FEMA should provide more accurate flood analysed information otherwise the public and communities perhaps wrongly trust their findings and affect their decision making on the flood preparation and responses. That is something I am thinking on improving the flood resilience as well. 


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