Defence, Resilience and ATTENUATION . . .

” . . .   abide these three, but the greatest of these (for the wellbeing of communities) is ATTENUATION . . .”  (with apologies to 1 Corinthians 13:13)
 
Stakeholders in flood prevention weave diffuse threads of support and wellbeing for communities
 

Policy and governance become more robust as they draw together such diverse threads,  ensuring as they do so that rivers are valued and managed as conveyors of a clean critical natural asset (capable of multiple benefit in both drought and flood), not despised as drainage channels of the commercially developed  environment.

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