Building a better case for natural flood management

The Government has announced £15m to fund "natural flood management" measures, on top of a £170m package in the chancellor's Autumn Statement to increase infrastructure resilience against rising flood risk, following pressure for such a move from inside and outside Parliament.

by Gavin McEwan
Flooding: research shows reforesting just five per cent of upland landscape can reduce flood peaks by 29 per cent - image: S RAE
Flooding: research shows reforesting just five per cent of upland landscape can reduce flood peaks by 29 per cent - image: S RAE

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