Below you will find links to Water21‘s informative slide presentations (pdfs).
You can find our detailed reports here.
- Flood equals drought
- Stroud Soil Erosion and Carbon Cycling Study
- Catchment Management as a Community Led Process
- Plan for Floodwater Attenuation – Churchdown Park
- The Need for Microbial Standards for Watercourses
- The Dual Approach to Managing Water
- Seaford EM Case Study
- Sustainable Flood Alleviation (a summary)
- A typical example of the failure of conventional flood management
- Agenda 21 and Hydropower in Gloucestershire
- The Living Economy – Paris COP21 Policy Briefing
Flood equals Drought
Climate change and its impacts can only be realistically resolved by acting on both the causes and effects.
Stroud Soil Erosion and Carbon cycling study
Soil degradation on arable & pasture is causing huge losses (up to 60 tonnes/ha/year; at fertiliser value up to £100/tonne)
How and why landowners can work with the wider community to protect against critical risks to greater benefit of all
Plan for Flood Water Retention
Initial study for award winning flood attenuation project at Churchdown Park
Microbial Standards for Watercourses
The Need for Microbial Standards for Watercourses and the Discharges into Them, by Julian Jones & Prof. Hugh Barr, Gloucestershire Royal Hospital
The Dual Approach to Managing Water
A holistic, community-based approach to water problems in the Stroud Valleys.
Seaford EM Case Study
Developing a balanced catchment nutrient model.
NOTE: This is not a stand-alone presentation.
Sustainable Flood Alleviation (a summary)
A poster outlining the multiple benefits of the community-led approach to water management.
A typical example of the failure of conventional flood management
An estimated £300,000+ conventional flood drainage scheme, installed without landowner consultation or reference to local historic water management measures, squanders vital funds while making the original problem even worse.
Agenda21 and Hydropower in Gloucestershire
This 2015 BHA Annual Conference presentation by Water21 founder, Julian Jones, explains the catchment based advantages of hydropower as well as the broader environmental imperative.
The Living Economy – Paris COP21 Policy Briefing
Water21 contributed to this presentation of a land and food based approach to help resolve Climate Change.
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