Is this still the missing link in water resources planning?
The risks to our food security are proliferating. Yet among the myriad challenges currently facing farmers and growers, securing water for food production is ever present. It is often described as the ‘missing link’ in planning water resources. The impacts of climate change have yet to be quantified, and by mid-century UK public water supply alone will demand an extra 3.5 million m3/day.
Where is all this water coming from and where does agriculture fit in?
What do we need to do to ensure that we build resilient and sustainable food production systems to meet UK food security needs?
A full programme of top-class speakers to try and answers these key questions
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