The chalk-streams restoration strategy is a comprehensive, up-to-date analysis of the issues threatening chalk streams in England, of the ways in which ecological pressures are assessed and regulated.
River Restoration & WildlifeApps & ToolsWater Quality
Catch up on our event explaining the economics of the River Basin Management Plan with the Environment Agency’s Vicki Betts. We will soon add FAQs to this page.
Apps & ToolsTechnical Support & TrainingUrban Water ManagementRural Land ManagementDelivering ImprovementsWater ResourcesEngaging StakeholdersWater Quality
Catch up on our webinar from 2nd March 2022 and browse the related resources.
Engaging StakeholdersEstuaries & CoastsApps & ToolsTechnical Support & TrainingCase Studies & Projects
The Chalk Stream Hub is a place to find all CaBA datasets relating to chalk streams – some of the most ecologically rare habitats on the planet.
Apps & ToolsChalk StreamsUsing Data & Evidence
A web application for exploring CaBA Biodiversity data.
River Restoration & WildlifeApps & ToolsUsing Data & Evidence
A decision support tool to help identify where the creation or improvement of publicly accessible green and blue spaces could have the greatest benefits for health and wellbeing.
Apps & ToolsHealth & WellbeingUsing Data & EvidenceTechnical Support & Training
This website provides information on priority river (including streams) and lake habitats in England, how you can get involved in their protection and restoration.
LakesUsing Data & EvidenceApps & ToolsRiver Restoration & Wildlife
The guide gives an overview with links to the range of natural capital tools available, with step by step instructions on how to use them.
Natural CapitalUrban Water ManagementCase Studies & ProjectsDelivering ImprovementsApps & Tools
Guidance on designing wetlands to improve water quality.
Climate ChangeWater QualityApps & ToolsUrban Water ManagementDelivering Improvements
We have created this quick guide to help people who are new to CaBA get an overview of what CaBA is and what tools are available to partnerships.
These tools aim to help increase participation and cooperation, resulting in more action. They have been created by the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management on behalf of the Interreg North Sea Region, WaterCoG project.
Volunteers & Citizen ScienceApps & Tools