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Businesses, charities, local authorities and general public among those encouraged to have their say on draft plans to improve England’s rivers and for managing flood risks
Environment Secretary reappoints Non-Executive Directors to the Environment Agency.
Chair of the Environment Agency, Emma Howard Boyd, speaks at The Energy Law Institute’s Annual Clifford Chance Lecture
Risk reduced for 150 properties, 3,000 hectares, and vital infrastructure.
Sikh festivals are at the heart of a diversity project encouraging sustainable behaviour changes during faith-based celebrations.
Barrier being closed to protect London from a high tide as a result of low pressure and northerly winds coinciding with spring tides
High rate of regulatory performance in England is helping fight climate change impacts, but more must be done to secure a healthy environment, says EA report
The Environment Agency has purchased a thermal imaging camera for use in fisheries enforcement patrols across Devon and Cornwall.
Sir James Bevan sets out hopes of keeping the 1.5°C target alive at COP26, but warns whatever is agreed the damage from climate change will be felt for decades
Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency, at a Royal Society Conference, 19 October 2021.
The Environment Agency has today welcomed a new chalk stream strategy to protect ‘England’s rainforests’
The Environment Agency has today welcomed a new strategy launched to protect England’s chalk streams.
A new chalk stream strategy, published today by Catchment Based Approach’s (CaBA) Chalk Stream Restoration Group (CSRG), sets the future direction needed to protect and enhance England’s chalk streams.
The £2.5 million project to remove the Dovecliff weir at Egginton, South Derbyshire is now complete following a 24-month programme of works.
The Environment Agency has purchased a thermal imaging camera for fisheries enforcement activity in East Anglia.
Sluice gates which manage water levels in the River Wansbeck will be open for three months as part of efforts to reduce silt build up.
The Environment Agency has accepted an Enforcement Undertaking (EU) from Doncaster-based Caswick Ltd for breaking packaging regulations.
The Environment Agency has granted a permit to place fish barriers across the entrances to Hoveton Great Broad as part of a restoration project.
Three men have been banned from acting as company directors for five years following an Environment Agency investigation into waste offences.
With less than three weeks to COP26, Environment Agency warns that adaptation – becoming resilient to the effects of climate change – is just as vital as mitigation
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