This report presents the summary and recommendations of the Committee on Climate Change’s 2017 Report to Parliament and the Adaptation Sub-Committee’s 2017 Report to Parliament. It finds that: Two new plans covering emissions reductions and actions to prepare for climate change are needed to meet the UK’s climate change objectives The plans to be developed by the new […]
Thanks to Nathan Richardson for the heads up on this. This consultation covers a very wide range of natural resources issues suggesting that Wales may potentially go it alone in a number of areas including on abstraction reform in the absence of a Water Bill plus stronger measures around SUDS (see Chapter 6).
Schemes announced to receive £15m of natural flood management funding Environment minister Thérèse Coffey has announced details of projects which have been allocated funding for natural flood defences. As part of a drive to roll out innovative techniques to reduce flood risk. 34 community led projects have been named as winners of a £1m government […]
Will Brexit break down or expand the new approaches that have been improving our rivers? This post is by Richard Benwell, head of government affairs at WWT, Green Alliance Blog 13/7/17 Every stretch of river has its own character. Here are a few of the personalities I’ve got to know over the years: Beverley Brook – […]