Catchments and stakeholders – it’s not all science in a test tube

My team and I are just back from an informative few days presenting and discussing at the European Geosciences Union meeting in Vienna.  We mostly took part in a session that explored the challenges and solutions to catchment science problems, working across the boundaries of biophysical science and softer stakeholder interactions. It is my firm belief that the real solutions to diffuse pollution will ultimately be delivered through catchment stakeholders, but I was intrigued as to why so much of this high profile meeting (our session excepted) placed so much emphasis on finessing minute details of biophysical science or model building.  Of course I too am a scientist, but it is increasingly obvious that my science will have little impact unless I work with those who know and manage the catchments.  Step by step…..

And to see more of Phil’s photos from EGU Vienna 2012

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