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Value of clean upland water for South West Water

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Second presentation by Dr David Smith to Agricultural Law Association Meeting, Exeter, 26 February 2013

Second presentation by Dr David Smith to Agricultural Law Association Meeting, Exeter, 26 February 2013

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  • 1. ALA South West Regional Meeting 26th February 2013 The value of clean sustainable water supplies from uplandcatchments to South West Water Dr David Smith, Exmoor Mires Project Manager
  • 2. Future Challenges for the continuedsupply of drinking water from themoorlands of Devon, Somerset andCornwall
  • 3. Climate change effects
  • 4. Peat and sediment from moorland erosion
  • 5. Drought and wildfire risks
  • 6. Pump storage of Reservoirs
  • 7. Upstream Thinking solutionValuing clean water provision
  • 8. Investment in Ecosystem Services • Upstream Thinking is investment in the Regulating Services – carbon storage, water, flood and drought protection, biodiversity • Approx £10m invested in the 2010-15 period • £3m of this is in upland peatland restoration • More investment planned for 2015-20 • Commitment to revenue payments to the provider post 2015 (backdated for early adopters)
  • 9. Cost to customers? 60p on bills by 2015
  • 10. South West Water is working with… • Farmers and land owners, Natural England, Environment Agency, English Heritage, Drinking Water Inspectorate, Ofwat, South West Lakes Trust • SW Uplands Taskforce, the NFU and the CLA • Westcountry Rivers Trust; CSF and HLS • 9 Universities and education providers • Devon Wildlife Trust & Cornwall Wildlife Trust • Exmoor & Dartmoor National Park Authorities, Counties and Unitaries • Biodiversity South West and Nature Map
  • 11. PES: clean and constant moorland water
  • 12. PES: carbon capture and storage
  • 13. PES: Grazing support – food and habitat