Sustainable water management – what’s the plan?

Alice Ritchie, Climate Change & Water Lead at The CLA, outlines the critical action required to lay the foundations for the long-term security of farming and the environment, in preparation for the organisation's much anticipated Water Strategy for 2030

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We all absolutely depend on water to survive and nobody understands that better than farmers. Water is the lifeblood of farming, food production and the environment and as it cycles through our land and rivers, we all have a responsibility to look after it as best we can.

At the same time, flood and drought conditions – exacerbated by climate change – are throwing up constant challenges and farmers are being forced to quickly adapt to changing weather patterns. Building resilience will be critical in the coming years.

The farming and land use sectors are ready to act to protect

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