Big data supporting future catchment management planning

This spring and summer has seen extremes of weather persisting across much of the UK, with torrential rain followed by prolonged dry periods and unusually high temperatures. So it is a poignant time to...

Innovation and collaboration: what next for catchment management?

In this issue, we speak to Mott MacDonald’s Water Resources team, who work across the water sector in the UK and internationally, taking a holistic and collaborative approach to water quantity and quality challenges. Traditionally...

Scotland’s Centre of Expertise for Waters – supporting the development and implementation of water...

The Centre of Expertise for Waters (CREW) is an essential part of water policy development and implementation in Scotland, and with international reach. CREW works closely with policy makers, bringing together leading scientists to...

Putting green infrastructure to the test for urban catchments

To find out how extreme rainfall events affect a city, looking at how water moves through the wider catchment is a good place to start. To understand how it interacts with the landscape and...

Natural Capital approaches to Catchment Management

South West Water’s Upstream Thinking programme is an investment in catchment resilience Catchment Management and Natural Capital approaches have been highlighted by OFWAT as absolute requirements within the PR19 investment plans for water and sewage...
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