The Environment Agency has undertaken its largest ever consultation of drought experts in England. The project pulled together the latest knowledge on drought, identifying what is known and what is not yet known about the topic.
Dr Robert Bradburne
Dr Robert Bradburne is the Environment Agency’s Chief Scientist. He leads a talented team in the Chief Scientist’s Group working on science, innovative ways of monitoring the environment, analysing data and reporting on the state of the environment. He provides scientific advice to SAGE during major incidents and has twenty years’ experience working in government. He sits on or chairs on a range of science committees and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Biology.
On November 22 our Chief Scientist Robert Bradburne will be formally launching the Environment Agency’s Science Strategy at the Science Profession Conference in London. Science plays such an important role in nearly everything the Environment Agency does, and this strategy …
Environment Agency Chief Scientist Rob Bradburne sets out his views for coastal restoration for his speech at the Restoring Meadow, Marsh and Reef (ReMeMaRe) conference in Scarborough this week
The Environment Agency’s Chief Scientist, Rob Bradburne, launches the Chief Scientist’s annual review of 2022 celebrating the fantastic work of scientists across the organisation.
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