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Janine White

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    • PES in Practice: SCaMP
    • Why are we interested?
    • Who pays? Clean Water Organisational objectives Beneficiary Pays Environmental improvements Society Pays Legislative requirements Polluter Pays Polluted Water
    • Why are we interested?
    • SCaMP FundingUU Driver Support Water (DWI, EA, Ofwat(WQ, SSSI) NE, RSPB) Customers SCaMP Project Biodiversity Natural Targets England Agri-Environment Multiple Revenue grants Benefits Woodland Tenant Forestry Creation Commission Farmer Targets Agri-Environment Organisation 3rd Parties Capital grants drivers (NT, MftF)
    • What did we deliver? Quiet Shepherd 2009 Quiet Shepherd 2007
    • What did we deliver? Ashway Gap 2009 Ashway Gap 2006
    • Benefits valuationLongdendale case study 1,000,000 Carbon benefits 900,000 Biodiversity benefits 800,000 Recreation benefits Water treatment OPEX savings 700,000 Value of Benefit (£/year) 600,000 500,000 400,000 300,000 200,000 100,000 0 Year
    • Present value benefits and costsLongdendale case study Benefits Present Value Water quality £269 K Net present Non-use Biodiversity £3,202 K value (NPV) Recreation £1,439 K of £7.4M, Climate regulation £8,328 K but only if TOTAL £13,238 K the ‘wider’ Costs Present Value benefits are UU funding £2,570 K taken into External funding £3,253 K account TOTAL £5,823 K NPV £7,414 K B/C Ratio 2.27
    • Lessons learnt and challenges forWFD• There is still a lot to do on land management and understanding the benefits• Sometimes you have to try things in order to get the benefits you want• Carbon as a major benefit needs to be recognised and rewarded• Not all degraded land will deliver benefits to water companies - shared responsibilities• Identify your stakeholders and take them with you – SCaMP projects were developed with input from the RSPB and Natural England as well as many other local stakeholder groups – Regulators will also be vital in WFD• We need time to work out what works
    • Thank you for listening