Stay home, stay safe: we’ll bring nature to you
During lockdown, we all need to do our bit by staying home and staying safe. While you're confined to your four walls, it can be hard to stay connected to nature—and it's even harder to stay entertained! In order to soothe your lockdown woes, we're bringing nature to you. Below,…Read more
Rambling About Rivers Ep 4: Climate motivation: what can we learn from the Netherlands?
How can we motivate the public to take an active role in developing climate change solutions? Tune into the latest episode of Rambling About Rivers to find out! In this episode, Dan and Jayne are joined by Floris Boogard, Professor at the Hanze University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.…Read more
Source to Tap: Update
The Source to Tap project is exploring sustainable and cost-effective measures to reduce water quality pressures that impact the River Erne and River Derg cross-border catchments. We are working to secure safe drinking water sources, healthier rivers and lakes, ensuring compliance with the EU Water Framework Directive. We are hoping…Read more
How can river restoration combat climate change?
We stand at a crossroads regarding the future of our planet. Our climate is changing; our ecosystems are suffering. If we want to slow the rate of climate change and protect the earth from further harm, we need to act. This International Day of Action for Rivers, we want to…Read more
International Women’s Day: women high up
In honour of International Women's Day, we have spoken to some of the amazing women from the Rivers Trust movement about their careers. Last time, we spoke to Ursula Juta: the Education & Catchment Manager from Norfolk Rivers Trust. While Ursula works primarily in the field, today's interviewee, Bella Davies,…Read more