Restoration Specialist - Water Environment Fund
£32,991 per annum
1x post (CE29566): Full-time, Permanent
Help restore Scotland's rivers
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is responsible for protecting and improving Scotland's unique and beautiful environment in ways that, as far as possible, creates social and economic benefit.
It's time to shout about what we do
CaBA and the Rivers Trust are looking to draw together some case studies of the amazing work you all do, particularly with businesses, to use in their discussions with others about the advice we can provide through the Water Stewardship service.
The 'Water Wheel' below splits this into specific topics, for which we'd like two case studies each.
The Curious Floral Links Creating Healthy Fluvial Environments
Hosted by MappingGM, these maps provide an overview where interventions would be most likely enhance the ecosystem services and in turn, increase the natural capital value.
Opportunity maps are included for:
The river Misbourne should be a pristine, gin-clear chalk stream teeming with invertebrates, fish and birds, but today it is little more than a dirt track. Allen Beechey, who runs the Chilterns Chalk Streams Project, gestures to the muddy path that used to be the river and explains the “chronic problem” affecting the area’s chalk streams. “Abstraction in this area has gone up exponentially since the end of World War Two… abstraction pressure is building massively and very quickly and the situation is getting progressively worse,” he says.
Tender for an Economic Assessment of remaking the River Wye.
Please click here for the advert on how to put a bid in.
The closing time and date for receipt of tenders is 2.00pm on Monday 14th May 2018.