During October, the local Council hosted visitors from across the world as part of a European Union conference on Climate Change Innovation, including a visit to the Millers' New York Stadium.
The Council, supported by the University of Sheffield, has been working with partners from the City of Bergen (Norway), City of Dordrecht (Netherlands), the Belgian and Dutch equivalents of the Environment Agency and Bradford City Council on the CAMINO (Climate Adaptation Mainstreaming Using Innovative Methods) project to discuss how best adapt to climate change and its effects.
The organisations came together for a conference, which took place from October 8 – 10, that included visits to properties that have been fitted with climate adaptation features, such as the Council’s Riverside House offices and climate friendly business starter properties at Moorgate Crofts, Rotherham and Magna at Templeborough and the Millers' New York Stadium.
During their visit to New York the delegates enjoyed lunch plus a tour of the stadium before posing for a snap outside. Some of the delegates even bought some Millers merchandise from the Red & White Shop to take back with them to the far corners of Europe.