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 Consultation: Water for life and livelihoods: Challenges and choices

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PostSubject: Consultation: Water for life and livelihoods: Challenges and choices   Mon Jun 24, 2013 10:50 am

A new consultation has just been announced by the Environment Agency:
"Water for life and livelihoods: Challenges and choices"
https://consult.environment-agency.gov.uk/portal/ho/wfd/water/choices


This looks like a long and complex thing, needless to say we will be reviewing it and putting in a TAC response.  If we spot anything controversial, it will be posted up here.
There are separate documents specific to different river basin districts:



I've only briefly scanned over the Thames one so far, it is 50 pages long but I suspect (hope!) they are all broadly similar with slight location-specific tweaks.

These are the questions posed at the end:
 
The significant issues  (pages 15 - 24)
1    What do you consider to be the biggest challenges facing waters in the Thames River Basin District?

2    Do you agree with our description of how the significant issues are affecting the water environment and society? Please specify which issue(s) your response refers to and provide relevant information to help explain your answer. 

3    How do you think these issues should be tackled, and what would you choose to do first? Please specify which issue(s) your response refers to. Please consider any resource implications.

The catchments     (pages 25 - 44)
4    How are the significant issues in a catchment affecting the water environment and society?  Please specify which catchment(s) your response refers to and provide relevant information to help explain your answer. 
 
5    How do you think the challenges affecting each catchment should be tackled and what would you do first? Please specify which catchment(s) your response refers to. Please consider any resource implications.

And there was I thinking I wouldn't need to answer any more of these essay type questions after Geography O-level in 1981!

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