Resource Bank:

March 30, 2017

Resource Bank

What's In Your Backyard?

This series of interactive maps provided by the Environment Agency are useful for finding out more about the environment where you live.

Maps include flood warning alert and planning, coastal erosion, main rivers consultation, farming and many more.

 

WWF Water Risk Filter

Produced in collaboration with KFW DEG, this site provides a comprehensive risk assessment, report and management plan.  The Water Risk Filter produces four types of automatically generated reports in PDF format covering all relevant items of the risk assessment.

 

WRI Aqueduct Tool

Aqueduct's global water risk mapping tool helps companies, investors, governments, and other users understand where and how water risks and opportunities are emerging worldwide. 

 

Water footprint network

The water footprint is one of the family of environmental footprints that helps understand how production and consumption choices are affecting natural resources.  It tells us how much water is used each and every day in all our activities, such as in the production of food and clothing .  It also indicates the pressure we exert on our freshwater resources.

 

The Cool Farm Tool

An online greenhouse gas and biodiversity calculator for farming - now adding water.

 

 

 

 

 

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