Farm to tap? Resilient cities and rural livelihoods in a water stressed world

Posted on 22nd March 2017

Dr Dustin Garrick, Co-director of the Smith School’s Water Programme, discusses the impact of water stress on urban-rural tensions at World Bank Water Week.

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Making water policy work

Posted on 22nd March 2017

Ten ideas to improve and reinvigorate UK water policy post-Brexit.

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Natural measures can help protect against flooding, but they won’t save communities from the likes of Storm Desmond

Posted on 16th March 2017

Dr Simon Dadson, Associate Professor in Physical Geography at Oxford University’s School of Geography and the Environment, discusses his recent research reviewing the scientific evidence relating to natural flood management in the UK.

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Natural measures to prevent floods valuable but not ‘a silver bullet’, say researchers

Posted on 15th March 2017

Oxford Martin restatement finds claims that natural flood management will alleviate the worst floods are not supported by scientific evidence.

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