Living With Environmental Change
Our planet faces unprecedented change. If we continue on our current path, by the end of this century, or earlier, our environment will be in a state that modern humans have never experienced.
The UK's main organisations that fund, carry out and use environmental research and observations have joined forces to address this urgent situation. Living With Environmental Change is a ten-year partnership, which will provide decision makers with the best information to effectively manage and protect vital ecosystem services. It will improve our tools and knowledge needed to build resilience, mitigate problems, and adapt to environmental change. More about the LWEC partnership
8 May 2013
Proposals are invited for the joint strategic research Living With Environmental Change initiative to focus on the area of tree health and associated plant biosecurity issues. Announcement of Opportunity: Tree Health and Plant Biosecurity Initiative - Phase 2
The closing date is 2 Jul 2013
12 Nov 2012
Farmers with land close to the River Fowey in Cornwall are getting a helping hand from South West Water to make improvements to their farms that in turn will help reduce pollutants seeping into the river. Win-win for Cornish farmers and South West Water in first auction to reduce river pollution