The conference will take place on December 11, 2013, at the Chartered Institution of Water and
Environmental Management (CIWEM), 15 John Street, London, UK. It will look at catchment management – water and land use – in relation to delivering objectives across the water sector. The aim of this conference is to highlight the growing work between professional land use and water managers on projects where multiple benefits have been sought and to explore the growing range of guidance and evidence that is supporting this process to develop effective business cases to deliver major programmes.
- To look at the context of the current trends for more integrated working, partnership and project delivery of multiple benefits.
- To demonstrate evidence of the benefits from taking a more integrated view of water and land use management.
- To highlight the wide range of methods and guidance that are now being used to enable ore effective partnership working.
- To highlight the emerging economic evidence that can help build the business case
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