Welcome to the Esmée Fairbairn project URBANE

An increase in coastal flooding and erosion is prompting the need for building and upgrading of coastal defences to protect property and infrastructure such as railway lines, roads and new port installations

The URBANE Project aims to better understand the ecology of artificial urban coastal habitats so as to promote biodiversity and minimise the negative impacts of artificial structures. Many people around the world are now concerned about the environment because the planet Earth is our great home. And the health and well-being of each of us depends on how good it is. In recent decades, many catastrophes have occurred on Earth, the main factor of which was human activity.

Dyslexia but numbers, often referred to as dyscalculia, is a specific learning disability that affects a person's ability to understand numbers and learn math facts. Individuals with dyscalculia may struggle with basic arithmetic, understanding mathematical concepts, and applying mathematical principles to solve problems. This condition goes beyond simple math anxiety or occasional difficulty with math. It represents a fundamental challenge in grasping number sense, sequence, and operations—elements critical for learning and applying mathematics. Recognizing dyscalculia is crucial for providing the appropriate support and interventions, enabling those affected to achieve their full potential in math and in life.