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So here’s a thing

Citizen scientists to monitor English rivers in £7m scheme
Scheme gets under way as data suggests Environment Agency’s own monitoring leaves rivers unprotected

Why isn’t the same monitoring being done on Welsh and Scottish rivers? So that we can see whether privatised, or state run or non-profit, water management performs best?

5 thoughts on “So here’s a thing”

  1. Because in Scotland and Wales, consultations are not yet complete on the registration scheme, training requirements and licencing fees for permission to practice as a Citizen Scientist – whether at Lab Coat, Post-Graduate or Professorial levels.

  2. Because the Environment Agency only covers England. And because devolution means that the devolved nations receive the government they deserve.

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