John Curtin (@johncurtinEA )

John Curtin

Bio Executive Director of Flood & Coastal Risk Management, Environment Agency - improving our ability to manage the nations flood risk
Location England
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Account created 20-07-2012 18:25:24
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iPhone : With #BostonBarrier being a key #UK national infrastructure project work still progresses on site whilst ensuring we work within the guidance as set by Government to ensure everyone’s safety. The primary barrier can now be seen and work proceeds to bring down both cells.

Twitter for iPad : Lets take pleasure in the small things. That’s a fully green Flood Guidance Statement there.......

Twitter for iPad : #TeamEA continue to work hard to keep communities safe. Please help to keep us safe, by adhering to government guidelines on social distancing. We’re only carrying out the most essential work, please keep 2m away as a minimum. Thank you #cat1responder #coronavirusuk #keepussafe

Twitter for iPad : There’s much in the world that can feel strange and gloomy at the moment - but here’s a glimmer of joy for those living with flood risk - from Friday our flood outlook is showing as green ‘low risk’ - the first time for 50 days!

iPhone : We all face challenging times with #COVID19 - but flood risk is still out there and needs managing. So a first today - I’m presenting at the FCERM stakeholder forum covering all sectors of flood resilience virtually! Still lots of interest - thanks for joining and the great Qs

Twitter for iPad : Good news! My work went really well today. & no one was been rude to me while I was working with the trolleys. 🛒🛒 I stayed focussed & I didn’t panic about Covid-19. I am so happy that most of the people are lovely & polite to me. I am so proud that I done so well today 👍🏻😊

iPhone : Liking our new London Underground map of our local river network and gauging station locations.

Very useful in incident room.

Produced by one of our very talented data visualisation officers.

Twitter for iPad : More stats from this exceptional winter: Many parts of the country have had exceptionally high rainfall - rivers running up to three times higher than average - and a concern for the coming months - no capacity in soils to absorb any future rain. Stay #FloodAware

Twitter for iPad : Due to the second highest tides of the year the #ThamesBarrier will be closing tonight (10th March from 22:30) and tomorrow (11th March from 11:30 to about 18:00). If you haven’t seen the Barrier ‘doing its thing’ - try and pop along and see tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction_Rev…

Twitter for iPad : There’s been lots of talk recently about the #LowerAireWashlands, they’re much more complex than I can fit in 140 characters so here’s an Environment Agency blog that explains the whole system a little better 👍🏽

environmentagency.blog.gov.uk/2020/03/10/the…

Twitter for iPad : Ok another week, another band of rain. We have a combination of river flood risk, surface water, 2nd highest tides of the year and groundwater flooding. Significance should be lower than pervious weeks but still today is the day to sign up to our warnings gov.uk/sign-up-for-fl…

iPhone : With the Prime Minister in Bewdley today with Environment Agency & emergency services teams working to help people through devastating flooding. Great to hear about £5.2 billion for flood protection and £200m for innovation in #flood resilience in Wednesday’s Budget. #PrepareActSurvive