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A more accurate understanding of climate change related risks for heritage needs to incorporate diverse aspects of risk, such as vulnerability and exposure. Due to the diversity and scale of England’s rich heritage (there are about 360,000 heritage assets on the National Heritage list for England and many times that on local Historic Environment Records and existent as unlisted heritage), this requires a data-driven approach. Working closely with Historic England, you will undertake a statistical climate change risk assessment that incorporates hazard, vulnerability, and exposure for England’s heritage. Working in the context of cultural heritage is, by definition, value-driven and therefore challenging, requiring both technical expertise and an awareness of the broader social and cultural context of the work.

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