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Assessing Water-Related Business Risks Summary Report
added on 17 05 2012 by Clare Black
The Summary Outputs Report is now available for the NERC workshop 'Assessing Water-Related Business Risks'. The workshop, hosted by the Catchment Read more..


The Summary Outputs Report is now available for the NERC workshop ‘Assessing Water-Related Business Risks’. The workshop, hosted by the Catchment Change Network was held at the Lancaster Environment Centre on 29th February 2012  and attended by 26 invited delegates from across the public and private sectors. This workshop is part of the NERC  Water Security Knowledge Exchange Programme.

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Creative Conversations Connected to Coastal Change
added on 08 05 2012 by Clare Black
The film Imagining Change - Coastal Conversations, commissioned for the Planet under Pressure international conference held in London at the end of Read more..

The film Imagining Change – Coastal Conversations, commissioned for the Planet under Pressure international conference held in London at the end of March 2012, shows how important it is for social scientists, natural scientists and artists to work together to re-examine our understanding of environmental change.

Lucy Veale said “The aim was to produce a short film that would showcase the value of arts and humanities research in understanding environmental change, through their focus on landscape, culture and imagination. Titled ‘Imagining Change: Coastal Conversations’, the film features three projects that showcase different kinds of creative engagements between arts and humanities scholars and coastal landscapes. The main body of the film consists of interviews/conversations between Programme Director Stephen Daniels and our kind contributors Caitlin DeSilvey, Mike Pearson and Simon Read. We encourage people to use the film and have a variety of formats available for distribution”.

Please keep Lucy informed about how it is used by emailing: lucy.veale@nottingham.ac.uk

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added on 07 05 2012 by Clare Black
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Polluter pays: But who is the polluter?
added on 01 05 2012 by Clare Black
Currently sat in a workshop with Defra, EA and other colleagues discussing measures for diffuse pollution control. The debate is focussed on the polluter Read more..

Currently sat in a workshop with Defra, EA and other colleagues discussing measures for diffuse pollution control. The debate is focussed on the polluter pays principle.  All well and good but who IS the polluter?  Is it right to lump that blame on the farmer?  I’m not convinced – we all have a role to play up the food chain, we all consume the food and the agricultural products.  Maybe this highlights the importance of identifying the role of the food chain for understanding the complexities of diffuse pollution…..

 

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