TWENTY65 academics invited to present evidence at joint Defra and Environment Agency workshop related to Grand Challenges of Water
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Emma Westling, Liz Sharp and Ali Browne from TWENTY65 were invited to present their perspectives on the grand challenges for water efficiency at the Joint Evidence Water Programme (JWWP) workshop organised by Defra and the Environment Agency on the 6th of June, Westminster, London.
The workshop invited academics, government researchers and policy makers to identify future challenges for water, how research can best inform long-term plans and the evidence required to deliver policy change for environmental improvements.
The aim of the workshop was to support policy makers in focusing on long term challenges to the water environment. The workshop addressed four thematic areas: Theme 1 Our changing water environment, Theme 2 Water and agriculture, Theme 3 Water efficiency and Theme 4 Interventions and management.
The evidence presented by TWENTY65 academics related to Theme 3 Water efficiency can be found here:
Emma Westling and Liz Sharp: Water Grand Challenges: a social science perspective on water efficiency
Ali Browne and Claire Hoolohan: Lessons from the social sciences for the UK’s Water Grand Challenges: water demand and water efficiency