IBS – Mary Dhonau  ‘The floods of this winter (2019/2020) have been relentless, the 5th wettest on record and the wettest February since records began, with nearly 4 times the average monthly rainfall in some areas. The surrounding countryside of my own home, in the City of Worcester, has looked similar to the lake district, miles […]

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Claudia Sadoff, director general of the International Water Management Institute, argues that our efforts to mitigate the impacts of climate change and address food security could be counterproductive if we don’t pay more attention to water and its use. Few details were revealed about Amazon chief Jeff Bezos’ new US$10bn Bezos Earth Fund to tackle climate change, […]

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Moorland burning to enhance grouse shooting is a hugely contentious issue with local and national environmental groups highlighting the issues from destroying carbon stores, reducing the ability of moorlands to hold water and thereby increase run off and flooding and damaging biodiversity. It is interesting these two water companies have chosen the coronavirus as the […]

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