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- Which communities and why? How best do we connect a diverse range of publics and communities with research arising from the NERC Drought and Water Scarcity research programme? This was one of the themes discussed at the first Community Stakeholder workshop held at the University of the West of England, Bristol on 27th October 2017. … Continue reading "Event debrief: ENDOWS communities stakeholders meeting 27th Oct 2017"Read More »
- Business impacts of water scarcity If your business didn’t have access to water or sufficient water quality, what would the impacts be? What are the priorities for businesses when it comes to information about drought and water scarcity? These were two of the themes discussed at a Business Stakeholder workshop held at the University of … Continue reading "Event debrief: ENDOWS business stakeholders meeting 31st Oct 2017"Read More »
- MaRIUS LIVE! Managing the risks, impacts and uncertainties of droughts and water scarcity was held on the 2nd of November 2017. Trevor Bishop, Director of Strategy and Planning at OFWAT, described MaRIUS as “one of the most important bits of research that we’ve seen in drought and water scarcity” as more than 80 delegates met … Continue reading "Event debrief: MaRIUS LIVE! London, Nov 2017"Read More »
- Drought and Water Scarcity Programme researchers from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and the British Geological Survey have published an overview of the current hydrological status of the UK. The hydrological situation in November, showing river flows (left) and groundwater levels (right). ©NERCRead More »
- The notion that it always rains is a pillar of the British psyche, but does it really? Real droughts only occur in far-away lands, or do they? But the truth is that water scarcity can be both common and very localised, and even when very local it can still have significant impacts. The current situation … Continue reading "Like a fish out of water: water scarcity, and even drought, can be surprisingly local"Read More »
- In England, water companies have plans that set out the actions they take before, during and after episodes of drought to ensure security of supply of water. The drought plans also describe how they will assess the effects on the environment and what they can do to mitigate any damage. The plans are revised regularly, … Continue reading "Planning for drought in England"Read More »