In this session we look at the potential benefits of the different social media platforms that are available, and explore how to create effective social media strategies that will help you reach and engage with your intended audience, and get the most out of the digital content that you create.
This document provides guidance on the data collection methods, hydro-economic models and new software to improve water allocation and early warning of water scarcity developed by The Water for Tomorrow partnership.
‘Dispelling the Myth’ is a collaborative water resources project with the aim to ignite conversations about water resources in the Northwest providing a bank of resources for the catchment partnerships across the region
A partnership has formed between Yorkshire Water, Environment Agency and The Rivers Trust. Known as Great Yorkshire Rivers (GYR), this partnership.
This webinar explores existing and future water stewardship opportunities and how they can align with the work of catchment partnerships.
This is an opportunity to understand how there may be a possibility of reducing your flood risk within the catchment where you live.
Hear project partners sharing their updates and interests in using MoRPh Estuaries in their locations.
The NFM Hub is a tool which allows project managers for catchment-scale or community-led Natural Flood Management (NFM) projects in England to record the information that is relevant to any NFM project delivery, regardless of its size. Use the NFM Hub to map your NFM projects and record evaluation metrics. Your data will be added to a public facing map of NFM projects across England. The tool allows you to monitor and evaluate your NFM projects over time.
Several catchment partnerships now undertake work to tackle plastics. This webinar provided an opportunity for knowledge exchange, presenting case studies, sharing ideas and exploring opportunities for collaboration.
This webinar explored how sustainable urban water management can be delivered through local collaborative action, providing multiple benefits including reduced flood risk, improved water quality and community health and wellbeing. Case Studies from CaBA Partnerships and Local Authorities will be presented and the opportunities and barriers to a collaborative approach explored.
This webinar focused on the CaBA Monitoring and Evaluation (Benefits) Reporting, outlining the approach needed to capture all elements of partnership working.