Channel Catchments Cluster: Compendium of Tools

Taylor, Huw. 2014 Channel Catchments Cluster: Compendium of Tools. Brighton, University of Brighton, 197pp. (UNSPECIFIED)

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Abstract/Summary

Although the narrow stretch of water that separates England from France has seen both welcome (and occasionally less welcome) exchanges during the past thousand years, this physical challenge to the movement of people has certainly served to obstruct collaborative efforts that might establish a more sustainable economy in our part of Europe. Since 2009, the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)-supported Interreg Programme France (Channel) England Region has actively supported efforts by organisations in France and England to work ever more closely together, to share good practice and to devise new ways to support sustainable development in the Region. The initiatives are certainly rooted in excellent research, but they have also been driven by the real needs of the Region and in all cases partners have worked to develop practical tools that can be readily applied in both France and England. The Channel Catchment Cluster (3C) builds on this growing tradition of cross-border cooperation to bring together the very best new knowledge from recent Anglo-French teamwork. The contents of this Compendium are the result of a wide variety of grass-roots initiatives that have benefitted enormously from a cross-border meeting of minds. The Cluster has brought together several of these cross-border teams to discuss their work and to share good practice in the dissemination and application of novel tools for environmental protection. This Compendium therefore not only presents a 'snapshot' of the wide variety of environmental protection and management tools that have emerged from the France (Channel) England Region, it also summarises where they stand on their 'pathway to impact'. There is clearly much more that can be achieved by future cross-border efforts in our Region, but I believe that this Compendium provides an excellent basis for future action. Professor Huw Taylor University of Brighton UK

Item Type: Publication - Report (UNSPECIFIED)
Additional Keywords: Interreg
Subjects: Biology
Chemistry
Marine Sciences
Pollution
Divisions: Marine Biological Association of the UK > Other (MBA)
Depositing User: Dr Nick Pope
Date made live: 27 May 2015 14:16
Last Modified: 06 Jun 2017 16:13
URI: http://plymsea.ac.uk/id/eprint/6383

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