New thinking on floods from Natural England

March 2008
Farmers Weekly;3/21/2008, p50
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The article discusses the efforts by Natural England to work with the farming and landowning community in the development of a strategy for flood risk management in Great Britain. It outlines the results of the government's inquiry into flooding, as well as the solutions proposed by the review for minimising the risk of flooding. It also cites Natural England's belief that the solutions for flood risk management involve land-use changes that are tailored to individual catchments and a whole-catchment-source-to-sea - approach to managing run-off.


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