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

LOST: agricultural extension service……

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?

Auch hier gab es eine historische verkleidung aus https://www.ghostwritinghilfe.com/ haustein

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