NRW CCCW Presentation 2013

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A presentation given to CCCW by Dr Emyr Roberts Natural Resources Wales 6/6/13

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NRW CCCW Presentation 2013

  1. 1. Cyfoeth Naturiol CymruNatural Resources WalesDechrau ar ein Taith ArweinyddiaethStarting on our Leadership JourneyEmyr RobertsPrif Weithredwr / Chief Executive6 Mehefin / June 20131
  2. 2. PurposeOur purpose is to ensurethat the natural resourcesof Wales are sustainablymaintained, enhanced andused, now and in thefuture.2
  3. 3. 3NRW – a Product of Evolution3
  4. 4. 4Welsh Government’s Expectations of Us• Deliver a streamlined work programme• Help Welsh Government with policy• Help Welsh Government with legislation –particularly the Environment Bill• Establish common purpose with partners• Deliver the business case• In first phase of public bodies withSustainable Development Duty• Deliver improved environmental outcomes forthe people of Wales
  5. 5. 5NRW – Aligned with Welsh Government’sLong-term Operating Outcomes• Enhancing our environment• Protecting people• Supporting enterprise and jobs• Improving the nation’s health• Viable and vibrant places• Delivering social justice• Supporting skills and knowledge
  6. 6. Emissions Reduction – Practice What WePreach6
  7. 7. 777Environmental Regulator7
  8. 8. 888Permitting & Licensing Authority8
  9. 9. 999Statutory Consultee onPlanning Applications
  10. 10. 101010Designating Authority10
  11. 11. 111111Land Manager& Owner11
  12. 12. 121212Operator12
  13. 13. 131313Provider ofOutdoorRecreation13
  14. 14. 141414IncidentManagement14General enquiries: 0300 065 3000 (Mon-Fri, 8am - 6pm)Minicom service: For the hard of hearing, a minicom service is availableon 03702 422 549**Incident hotline: 0800 807060 (Freephone, 24 hour service)You should use the incident hotline to report an incident such aspollutionFloodline: 0845 988 1188 (24 hour service) or Type talk 0845 602 6340Fax: 0300 065 3001
  15. 15. 1515Evidence
  16. 16. Emissions Reduction – Our Approach16
  17. 17. Emissions Reduction – Our Approach17
  18. 18. 18Climate Adaptation – The ChallengeUKCP09 Projections:• Warmer all year• Wetter in Winter• Drier in Summer• More extreme rainfall &prolonged drought• Sea levels rising
  19. 19. More Extremes19
  20. 20. The Consequences20
  21. 21. Sea Level Rise21
  22. 22. Impact on Biodiversity22
  23. 23. 232323Phytophthora on larch
  24. 24. An Integrated Approach to Adaptation &Mitigation24
  25. 25. ... After *Impacts on the Urban EnvironmentThe Case for Urban GreenspaceBefore...* Graphical representation of how such a scheme could look
  26. 26. Landscape-scale Adaptation for EcosystemServices26
  27. 27. Landscape-scale Adaptation for Wildlife27© Crown Copyright and database right [2013].Ordnance Survey licence number 100019741.
  28. 28. Connecting With People28
  29. 29. 2929Natural Resources Wales – Our leadership role• Number of roles – are some more importantthan others?• What are our priorities?• Climate Change – leader or contributor?• How can we contribute best?• How can we work effectively with ourpartners?• What is our role on gathering evidence?• Corporate plan 2014-2016.

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