December 2020 newsletter

We’ve issued our December 2020 newsletter, which provides a Programme update from August to December. If you didn’t receive a copy you can access it online; you can also sign up here to have future versions sent straight to your mailbox

Exploring ecosystems markets for the delivery of public goods in the UK

Transforming food production systems, to minimise environmental impacts and maximise public goods is a major policy challenge, given the costs of restoring damaged habitats and incentivising shifts to more sustainable production methods. To meet this challenge, Defra’s new Nature for Climate Fund, announced in the last budget, is designed to leverage new private investment in … Read more

Spring 2020 newsletter

We’ve issued our Spring newsletter which covers April to July. If you didn’t receive a copy you can access it online; you can also sign up here to have future versions sent straight to your mailbox

We won an award…

At its very heart, iCASP has been designed to be about working in partnership with others across the region to generate benefits, create jobs and products, to save money and ensure that existing environmental research can be used to address the many different challenges we face. So, we were delighted to win the University of … Read more

Confluence 2020 – open for registration

Join us for Confluence 2020, which will be delivered through two webinars and a series of video project updates this year. We invite all partners, academics, stakeholders and those with an interest in catchment management to join us. The two themed webinars will each cover several iCASP and iCASP-partner projects, including the links between them … Read more

The iCASP workstreams

There are seven iCASP workstreams, six of which focus on delivering solutions to problems across the catchment; the seventh overarches the whole programme. The six solution-focused workstreams are carbon sequestration, climate resilience, drought & flood risk mitigation, flood forecasting, sustainable agriculture and water quality. An iCASP project will typically have elements of several workstreams within … Read more

Confluence 2020

Due to the current Covid-19 situation, the Confluence event we had planned for Friday 26 June will no longer be going ahead as a face to face meeting. Instead there will be series of webinars and video updates of projects. We are currently finalising the details. If you would like to be kept notified, please … Read more

Natural flood management measures in the landscape: a blend of research expertise and volunteering

As well as the various natural flood management (NFM) projects we have running within the iCASP programme at the moment, we also provide information and guidance to other organisations with their NFM projects. A key aspect of this is providing advice about initial and ongoing monitoring of NFM measures. This means it’s possible to understand … Read more

Winter 2020 newsletter

We’ve just issued our winter newsletter to give you an update on what we have been up to over the last few months. You can access the Winter 2020 Newsletter and also previous issues from the last two years. To get the newsletter direct to your mailbox 4 times a year, please subscribe