Our research is essential to sustainably manage the supply and use of water, provide a healthy environment and enhance resilience of ecosystems and people to water-related risks in a changing world (e.g. more extreme droughts and floods).
We have developed solutions to maintain essential natural capital, green infrastructure, biodiversity and ecosystem services for social and economic wellbeing. By developing ‘citizen science’ and cultural perspectives we ensure our research is relevant and actionable by local communities in the developed and developing world.
The first link below needs to direct readers to ‘Vision 4’ which relates to the work Chris Rogers in Engineering has done on underground infrastructure