Consultations on both the draft river basin management and flood risk management plans give CaBA partnerships the opportunity to provide their views on long-term objectives for the water environment and measures to achieve them, and to help inform plans and actions to manage flood risk. These resources provide an overview of both consultations and provide guidance on responding.
Increasing the provision of high-quality green-blue spaces in our towns and cities and providing opportunities for communities to access and connect with nature can provide not only environmental benefits but also positive outcomes for health and wellbeing. This webinar brought together those researching the contribution of the natural environment to health and wellbeing; those delivering social prescribing; and the catchment partnerships, to explore the opportunities and challenges in ensuring that the health and wellbeing benefits of integrated water management are maximised.
This page is where resources on improving equality, diversity, and inclusion across CaBA partnerships will be shared.
It is well known that there is a lot to do to improve equality, diversity and inclusion in CaBA and the environment sector as a whole. The CaBA National Support Group is working to help Catchment Partnerships gain greater understanding of EDI, share best practice and provide an opportunity to discuss the challenges faced.
This Seagrass Restoration Handbook provides foundational and practical guidance on the restoration and conservation of seagrasses and seagrass beds in the UK and Ireland.
This European Native Oyster Restoration Handbook aims to provide foundational and practical guidance on the restoration and conservation of native oysters (Ostrea edulis) and native oyster habitat across the UK and Ireland.
This handbook provides conceptual, practical and regulatory guidance on the beneficial use of sediments arising from dredging activities for restoring estuarine and coastal habitats across the UK.
This Saltmarsh Habitat Restoration Handbook aims to provide practical guidance on restoring and creating saltmarsh habitat across the UK and Ireland. It brings together advice on planning and implementing such schemes with case studies and lessons from previous examples.
The Catchment Data & Evidence Forum 2021 was held online 4th & 5th October. Bringing together over 100 people throughout the two days it was an opportunity to share and learn about the latest developments in catchment monitoring, modelling, data sharing and analysis.