Cascade Consulting’s Environmental Scientist, Clare Black and Principal Scientist David Corbelli, were in attendance at the official launch of the Catchment Change Management Hub this week.
The “Demonstrating Test Catchments Conference”, held on January 21st and 22nd in London, proved to be extremely interesting, with a wide range of speakers from Government organisations, academia and NGOs discussing their work in the Warwickshire Avon, Eden and Wensum catchments, and describing how these findings have been analysed, stored and shared with others.
Clare, who has been involved in both the design and management elements of the CCM Hub from the outset, gave a short presentation with Marion Walker to all 120 attendees. Together, they officially “launched” the CCM Hub and provided an overview of the aims and content of the site, with a focus on encouraging others to take a look and contribute their own thoughts and ideas. This generated a lot of interest from conference attendees, many of whom were keen to get more involved in improving the site and adding suggested resources, tools and case studies from their own work.
If you were at the conference, why not share your thoughts on the day with us via twitter (@CatchmentHub) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.