This silver medal winner at the Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival is a raingarden with a series of limestone stepping stones across a central wet channel and gently sloping berms, filled with adaptable plants that can withstand temporary waterlogging. It is both functional and beautiful, seeking to inspire homeowners to future-proof their gardens, by capturing […]

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Global projections of exploitable fish biomass show declines of more than 10 percent, particularly under the high-emissions scenario, by mid-century for many regions of the world, said the report Climate change risks to marine ecosystems and fisheries: Projections to 2100 from the Fisheries and Marine Ecosystem Model Intercomparison Project. Decline for top fish producer nations […]

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CIWEM has produced a report that compiles reflections, or ‘postcards’, from coastal flood and erosion practitioners to offer different geographical and thematic perspectives from Britain’s coast, alongside some international perspectives. CIWEM’s Flood & Coastal Erosion Risk Management specialist panel have analysed these reflections to answer the question ‘How do we realistically adapt to rising sea […]

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Following the ceremonies of the 80th anniversary of the Normandy landings, the President of the French Republic Emmanuel Macron hosted the President of the United States Joseph R. Biden Jr. in Paris for a State visit. The two presidents reaffirmed several joint policies and initiatives, including those on Plastic pollution, Biodiversity and Ocean Protection. An […]

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Consumer Scotland has published a piece of in-depth research exploring consumer views on how the water sector adapts to climate change. Key themes from the public dialogue included a growing alarm at the scale of the challenge and a desire for individual behavioural change to be supported by wider, systemic action by the Scottish Government, […]

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