Felicity Monger

Felicity is interested in the processes of natural flood management (NFM), in particular the use of trees as a method of mitigation. Her PhD project hopes to investigate the impacts of semi-natural woodland on reducing flood risk in the UK. At present, a study site has been identified near Haweswater in Cumbria, where felicity hopes to carry out a paired catchment investigation to allow for the comparison of a semi-natural wooded areas and that of a grazed or pastured area.

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United Bank of Carbon is a not-for-profit collaboration between businesses and environmental scientists, which protects and restores forests and other greenery, through environmentally and socially-responsible partnerships with local communities. We undertake research, support forest and woodland projects in the UK and the tropics that deliver CSR/PR benefits, provide carbon reduction advice, and help to arrange compensation for unavoidable carbon emissions