Assessing and adapting to the impact of past weather events with the Royal Botanic Garden EdinburghCase Study Complete
Date added: 06/07/2016
Assessing and adapting to the impact of past weather events in the horticulture sector
Horticulture and visitor services staff at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) and its Regional Gardens are already adapting to climate uncertainty – dealing with floods, prolonged periods of low rainfall, unseasonable temperatures and high winds. This case study looks at the process used to investigate the impact of weather events across the different gardens and how this can be used to best deal with projected climate change.