CLIMATE CHANGE AND OUR WATERS, RIVERS AND WETLANDS
Thursday 28th February, 19:30 : MacRobert Hall, Tarland,
Come along to learn more about water management and the local challenges of adapting to the climate emergency, and join a discussion on the way ahead.
- What does climate change mean for the Tarland catchment?
- How can we adapt to the challenges we face?
- What work is underway that can help us develop a resilient future for Tarland?
Prof. Marc Stutter and Dr. Susan Cooksley from the James Hutton Institute will present the latest science and examples of practical action, drawing on work from Tarland over the last 15 years. Also present will be experts from the Dee Catchment Partnership, and the Centre of Expertise for Water (CREW) to answer questions and inform the discussion.
Come and ask your questions on how climate change might affect you.
Entry is free. Tea and coffee will be available before the talk.
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