September 9th 2019
Prof Joanna Clark discusses on a NFM webinar the most important NFM issues with experts on line helping resolve problems and building our capacity to mainstream NFM successfully. Achieved by exchanging learning, trouble-shooting and hearing inspiring stories.
This is part of over 100 Catchment Based Approach Integrated Delivery events. This theme is sponsored by Environment Agency FCERM, the new CaBA Flood Working Group and others on building capacity for communities, catchment partnerships and local authorities to achieve successful NFM.
27 August 19
Wet weather: Professor Hannah Cloke (Geograpgy) is quoted in an article by New Scientist about the effect of global warming on wet weather.
17 July 19
Herald Express report on soil health, and quote Prof Joanna Clark (GES).
9 July 19
Western Morning News quotes Professor Joanna Clark (GES) on the importance of soil for curbing climate change.
26 June 2019
UK flooding: Professor Hannah Cloke (Geography & Environmental Science) is quoted in an article by Wired on extreme rainfall and the future of flooding in the UK
21 June 2019
17 June 2019
14 June 2019
Flooding in a drought?: Further coverage of an article by Prof Hannah Cloke OBE (GES) for the Conversation about flooding following the recent wet weather, and how there can be localised flooding while the country faces a drought. The Times quote from the piece, and Metro have reproduced it in full.
13 June 2019
Flooding in a drought?: Prof Hannah Cloke OBE (GES) writes for the Conversation about flooding following the recent wet weather, and how there can be localised flooding while the country faces a drought.
30 April 2019
Soil health: Further coverage of ProfJoanna Clarke’s (GES) work to investigate soil health and carbon levels, and some possible solutions proposed by scientists and farmers was picked up throughout the day by various BBC stations, including BBC Radio Orkney, BBC Radio Highlands, BBC Radio Scotland and Radio 5 Live, and BBC Online
29 April 2019
Soil health: BBC News 24, BBC News Online and BBC Radio 4 Farming Today interviewed Prof Joanna Clarke (GES) about work to investigate soil health and carbon levels, and some possible solutions proposed by scientists and farmers.
Chris Short and Bel Whitwam were interviewed on BBC Local News about natural flood management in Gloucestershire and the LANDWISE project. Story was also reported in BBC Radio Wiltshire, with additional support from project partner Adrian Hares to give a Wiltshire Farmer perspective.
2017 – Prof Joanna Clark interviewed on BBC Radio Berkshire about Natural Flood Management in Thames Area and the LANDWISE project.