JBA Trust Annual Report 2017-18

We are pleased to share our Annual Report summarising our charitable activities over the past year.

In 2017-18, we increased our capacity to support knowledge sharing events, worked more closely with schools and continued to support research on rivers, coasts and climate risks.

Demonstrations of our models supported training events, catchment management stakeholder workshops and academic conferences around the country.

We have also been developing and testing resources specifically geared towards science education in schools and plan to publish resources that can be used to support STEM learning.

Our research programme and collaboration with academic partners, through sponsorship and in-kind support for graduate researchers, continues to support a mix of topics around river catchment and coastal management, along with more diverse topics related to climate, air quality and ecology.  Our contributions to scientific and engineering research were again recognised in papers published in peer reviewed journals.

Rob Lamb, Director of the JBA Trust said:

“We would like to thank all the organisations and individuals who have worked with us, not least the students and early career researchers who we have been able to support.

We are grateful for the continued commitment to funding the JBA Trust from the JBA Group companies and their Directors”.

All our research outputs and publications are freely available on our website and include posters, reports, data, code, tutorials and teaching resources.