Wales' Shifting Shores

Sea at high tide, rushing through the gap in the sea wall at Cwm Ivy, Gower

The turning tide: a shift towards coastal adaptation

Aerial view of Cwm Ivy marsh

Living with coastal change in Wales 

Find out how we're adapting to coastal change in Wales. In this article we introduce the main principles that underpin our management decisions on the Welsh coast

Explore our Welsh Shifting Shores case studies


Our future

Find out how we're preparing for the future and some of the challenges associated with climate change. Working towards a healthy, resilient, wildlife rich coastline that future generations can enjoy.

Wales coast manager Richard Neale greeting Coastodian Peter Hill at Tywyn y Fach, Llyn

Calling all COASTodians 

Our shorelines need YOU! Be part of a human chain of coastal guardians around Wales