As part of the £2.5 million Developing the Natural Aire (DNAire) project, salmon will soon be able to find their way to spawning grounds above Skipton in the River Aire for the first time since the Industrial Revolution.
Gemma Kinsey talks about her experiences to mark Transgender Awareness Week.
This winter might be a winter like no other, with us all making changes to our lives and routines, and adapting to new rules. But for the Environment Agency, many of the challenges we face are all too familiar. The …
Expressions of interest have opened for the Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme, which will help communities improve resilience to flooding and coastal change
The Environment Agency has today published its Radioactivity in Food and the Environment (RIFE) report, now in its 25th year.
Mark Fuller had just returned from a holiday in November 2000 when he joined the incident team who were working round-the-clock to manage the biggest flood of the River Ouse that York has ever seen.
As we celebrate annual World Fish Migration Day, I am reminded that in Britain, we are incredibly lucky to have some fascinating migratory fish species. Everyone has heard the tale of the Atlantic Salmon which travels thousands of miles back …
This Saturday (24 October) is World Fish Migration day. In this blog, Sue Laver from the National Fisheries Services team writes about this global-local event which aims to create awareness of the importance of open rivers and migratory fish, and …
Our Test and Itchen Restoration Strategy Project Officer, Heb Leman, looks into the projects work to restore Chalk Streams.
EA Chief Executive Sir James Bevan sets out the facts around the state of our rivers
Matt Lawrence, EA Project Executive for the SUNRISE programme, on a project to divert part of the River Trent through the former Stoke City ground