Tag: watercog

The Waterpocalypse: Flooding

The Waterpocalypse: Flooding

Posted by Emily Cooper

This World Water Week, we’re investigating four of the most serious threats facing water across the globe: the Four Horses of the Waterpocalypse. Like all natural disasters, flooding has a role to play in our ecosystems. Floods can be a good thing (when in the right place); they create habitats…

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The world’s first international citizen science relay

The world’s first international citizen science relay

Posted by Jayne Mann

The Rivers Trust is organising the worlds first international citizen science relay with organisations from five different countries to take #actiononwater on an international scale next week. From 18th – 22nd March, organisations from the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands, will all be taking #actiononwater at their local…

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A new online community platform and knowledge hub launches

A new online community platform and knowledge hub launches

Posted by Jayne Mann

We are delighted to announce that a new Catchment Based Approach website has launched this week, to better connect people in collaborative and cross-sector management of the water environment. With a new look and feel, we hope that the new CaBA website will facilitate more conversations about water management, help…

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Danish catchment officers visit UK to learn about working with farmers

Danish catchment officers visit UK to learn about working with farmers

Posted by Jayne Mann

27 Catchment Officers and colleagues from SEGES in Denmark attended a 3-day knowledge exchange in the UK to learn about how Rivers Trusts are working with farmers. The Danish catchment officers were welcomed by representatives from The Rivers Trust and catchment (farm) advisors from Westcountry, Norfolk and Yorkshire Dales Rivers Trusts on…

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