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The European Nitrogen Assessment
added on 04 08 2011 by Clare Black
  A major new study has found that nitrogen pollution is costing each person in Europe around £130 - £650 a year. The first European Nitrogen Read more..

 

A major new study has found that nitrogen pollution is costing each person in Europe around £130 – £650 a year. The first European Nitrogen Assessment (ENA) led by Professor Mark Sutton from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology , estimates that the annual cost of damage caused by nitrogen across Europe is £60 – £280 billion, more than double the extra income gained from using nitrogen fertilizers in European agriculture.

The report provides EU policymakers with a comprehensive scientific assessment on the consequences of failing to address the problem of nitrogen pollution – and outlines key actions that can be taken to reduce the problem to protect environmental and public health.

 

The four minute long official launch video can be watched on Youtube:. The full text of the ENA is Dezember 1577 stach drake mit einer flotte https://hausarbeithilfe.com/ von fünf schiffen und 166 mann besatzung im geheimen auftrag der königin elisabeth i

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Next N8 Debate on "Food Security and Sustainable Water Supplies"
added on 04 08 2011 by Clare Black
Our next N8 Debate will be on Thursday 22nd September 2011 at Stockbridge Technology Centre in North Yorkshire and Tim Burt (Durham University) will Read more..

Our next N8 Debate will be on Thursday 22nd September 2011 at Stockbridge Technology Centre in North Yorkshire and Tim Burt (Durham University) will Chair this event.
Bill Davies (LEC), Graham Ward (Stockbridge Technology Centre), British Water and WWF-UK have confirmed their attendance on our Panel.    More details

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Advances in Flood Risk Management Science - Outcomes from UK Collaborative Research
added on 01 08 2011 by Clare Black
The Flood Risk Management Research Consortium (FRMRC) is a multi-disciplinary team of leading researchers undertaking cutting edge research in flood risk Read more..

The Flood Risk Management Research Consortium (FRMRC) is a multi-disciplinary team of leading researchers undertaking cutting edge research in flood risk management.  Since March 2004 the  research team has generated over 300 journal and conference papers, 20 technical reports and held  over 50 dissemination events.   The Conference programme is designed to showcase the key practical  outputs from the research and allow audience participation in discussing the research outcomes and  shaping the future research agenda.  This free event is also an opportunity for participants to trial some of the tools developed as part of the research.

As a cost effective CPD event, attendance is open to anyone with an interest in flood risk  management research and is free, provided delegate registration details are received by the  19th August 2011 (thereafter an administration charge is payable).

Registration (please provide name and organisation) should be made to Joanne Astbury at /tel 0131 451 4612, School of the Built Environment, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.  Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.  Click link below.

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Catchment-based Approach- New Environment Agency Web Site
added on 20 07 2011 by Clare Black
The Environment Agency is exploring improved ways of engaging with people and organisations that can make a difference to the health of all our inland Read more..

The Environment Agency is exploring improved ways of engaging with people and organisations that can make a difference to the health of all our inland waters, from source to sea. They want to explore what more can be achieved for the water environment by working together in catchments – areas with several, often interconnected water bodies (rivers, lakes, ground water and coastal waters).

For more information http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk/research/planning/131506.aspx

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CCN Conference at Arup on stakeholder participation another success
added on 19 07 2011 by Clare Black
  Our second Catchment Change Network (CCN) Annual Conference at the Arup Campus, Solihull was a great success. attended the event supported by Read more..

 

Our second Catchment Change Network (CCN) Annual Conference at the Arup Campus, Solihull was a great success. attended the event supported by CIWEM (North West) on Tuesday July 5th.

The was designed to explore how Guidelines could represent a useful tool to encourage stakeholder participation across catchment management.

Invited presentations provided a unique opportunity to learn how a range of organisations and initiatives are optimising success. A series of interesting case studies highlighted the challenges, opportunities and lessons learned. All the conference outputs, including individual slide presentations and video recordings have been posted on our .

Discussion sessions gave delegates the opportunity to reflect on designing participatory processes, the challenges this creates and solutions that allow progress. The event has raised the possibility of developing some general Guidelines for Stakeholder Interaction involving risk and uncertainty.

Keith Beven has provided a personal reflection via our CCN ‘Catchment Conversations’ Blog ”.

 

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