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Understanding, communicating and managing uncertainty and risk related to future changes in catchments.

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Environment Agency's Miranda Kavanagh calls for wake up to national awareness....
added on 15 04 2010 by Clare Black
The Director of Evidence spoke to me at the Windermere FBA summit this week calling for increased awareness of environmental issues as a means of making Read more..

The Director of Evidence spoke to me at the Windermere FBA summit this week calling for increased awareness of environmental issues as a means of making way for change. Spot in Miranda…so let’s make it happen…

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LOST: agricultural extension service......
added on 01 04 2010 by Clare Black
Yesterday and today I have been in Edinburgh at their biennial SAC SEPA conference on Climate, Water and Soil: Science, Policy, Practice (I gave a keynote Read more..

Yesterday and today I have been in Edinburgh at their biennial SAC SEPA conference on Climate, Water and Soil: Science, Policy, Practice (I gave a keynote on ‘Managing soil and water for multiple objectives’). Congratulations to Brian D’Arcy from SEPA on his retirement and a great job inspiring these meetings over the years. In a terrific discussion led by Brian Chambers, there was a general consensus for multifuntional land use needs in the lowlands and a view from the floor (c. 100 delegates) that we had suffered with the loss of our extenion service, especially in England and Wales (Scotland perhaps less so). It’s a no brainer really isn’t it? So what went wrong and more importantly what can we do about it?

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Terry Cooper visits from Minnesota
added on 31 03 2010 by Clare Black
Last week we were lucky to be visited by Prof Terry Cooper from the US. Terry is an inpirational teacher of soil and water science and professed some exciting Read more..

Last week we were lucky to be visited by Prof Terry Cooper from the US. Terry is an inpirational teacher of soil and water science and professed some exciting new ideas for cross-Atlantic teaching collaboration.

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Job Vacancy - Eden Rivers Trust Catchment Engagement Officer
added on 25 03 2010 by Clare Black
Eden Rivers Trust is currently looking to recruit a full time Catchment Engagement Officer to work with landowners, farmers and local stakeholders in the Read more..

Eden Rivers Trust is currently looking to recruit a full time Catchment Engagement Officer to work with landowners, farmers and local stakeholders in the Eden catchment to encourage local ‘on the ground’ support for the Demonstration Test Catchment Project, a joint Defra, Environment Agency and Welsh Assembly Government initiative. The job holder will collaborate with researchers and key stakeholders to raise awareness of the project, identify farms willing to participate in the project, negotiate access agreements, resolve landowner queries and establish mechanisms by which farmers can take an active part in the project.

An Application form (including equal opportunities policy and questionnaire) and detailed job description for this role is available by emailing office@edenriverstrust.org.uk or via our website www.edenriverstrust.org.uk

Applicants should send a signed and completed application form, a copy of the Equal Opportunities Questionnaire and a short (one page) covering letter to ERT Director Simon Johnson, Unit’s O&Q, Skirsgill Business Park, Penrith, Cumbria, CA11 0FA, or by email to office@edenriverstrust.org.uk . Please mark envelopes or the subject line to your email with “Job Application” Applications should reach us by 5pm Wednesday 14th April 2010 Interviews will be held soon after at the ERT offices in Penrith.

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Measuring the success and impact of Knowledge Exchange
added on 18 03 2010 by Clare Black
Professor Andrew Watkinson gave an interesting presentation here at LEC yesterday outlining the objectives and breadth of scope of the  - a collaboration Read more..

Professor Andrew Watkinson gave an interesting presentation here at LEC yesterday outlining the objectives and breadth of scope of the  – a collaboration of 20 UK partner organisations (across business, government departments and their delivery agencies and 6 Research Councils) that fund, undertake and use environmental research.

He focused on Knowledge Exchange as being a crucial part of the Programme and the need for innovative high quality research being essential to drive the process. The LWEC model spanning so many project partners across so many key functions seems a good one (in theory) for promoting effective knowledge exchange  and one that CCN also supports. These partnerships and Networks certainly create opportunities and incentives that can increase the flow, value and impact of academic research to the wider non-academic, public and private sectors.

But-how do we evaluate the impact and success of these large Knowledge Exchange partnerships from both a user  and academic perspective?  How do we evaluate their impact on policy and practice when lag times may be 10’s of years?  What are the metrics we should use?   Are Case Study type ‘success stories’ enough? ……any thoughts…. Importantly, os x handles everything https://spying.ninja/ automatically

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