CITiZAN (coastal and intertidal zone archaeological network): community recording and monitoring of vulnerable sites in England / Stephanie Ostrich,
MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology)

Threatened Heritage and Community Archaeology on Alaska's North Slope / Anne Jensen, UIC Science LLC
Rousay, the Egypt of the North: the story from the sea / Stephen Dockrill, Julie Bond, Archaeological Sciences, University of Bradford
Engaging the public to rescue information from eroding and destroyed coastal archaeological sites: the Guidoiro Areoso experience in NW Iberia  / Elias Lopez-Romero, Alejandro Güimil-Fariña, Patricia Mañana-Borrazás, Xosé Ignacio Vilaseco Vázquez

Archaeology, Art and Coastal Change / Garry Momber, Lauren Tidbury, Maritime Archaeology Trust
Communities and Coastal Heritage at Risk / Tom Dawson, University of St. Andrews, Ellie Graham, Joanna Hambly, The Scape Trust
Finding and Sharing Climate Stories with Cultural Heritage / Marcy Rockman, U.S. National Park Service
Coastal erosion and Public Archaeology in Brittany (France): recent experiences from the Alert project / Pau Olmos Benlloch, Elias López-Romero, Marie-Yvane Daire

The Pocantico Statement on Climate Impacts and Cultural Heritage / Tom Dawson, University of St. Andrews
Landscape and Cultural Change on the South Alligator River, Kakadu National Park, Northern Australia / Sally Brockwell, Bethune Carmichael, Australian National University
The Men and Women behind the MASC Project (Monitoring the Archaeology of Sligo's Coastline): Engaging local stakeholder groups to monitor vulnerable coastal archaeology in Ireland / James Bonsall, Sam Moore, Institute of Technology Sligo
Challenged by an archaeologically educated public in Wales / Claudine Gerrard, National Trust
Climate change and the preservation of archaeological sites in Greenland / Jørgen Hollesen, National Museum of Denmark, Henning Matthiesen, University of Copenhagen
Gufuskálar: An eroding fishing station / Lilja Pálsdóttir, Institute of Archaeology in Iceland