EA Chief Executive Sir James Bevan looks to the future and the priorities for the Environment Agency in the year ahead.
The Environment Agency’s £4 billion Pension Fund has committed to reach net zero by 2045 and halve emissions by 2030. This commitment is part of its ongoing work to significantly reduce the emissions from the 2,000 companies that the Fund invests in, directly supporting the UK’s Green Finance Strategy and the UK’s plans for COP26.
Saffron Price-Finnerty, Interim Manager for the Nuclear Regulation Group North, explains how our nuclear regulators and assessors have been continuing their work regulating the nuclear industry in Cumbria.
On today's blog we look into the 2020 Event Duration Monitoring Data, which is fundamental to understanding and improving the environment.
Nick Brenchley, National Lead for Metadata and Data Sharing Systems, discusses the EA's new waste 'widget' to help customers find registered waste carriers.
Today, 25 pioneering projects have received a share of £150 million of funding to put new aspects of the National Strategy for Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management to the test.
Environment Officer Mirela Andreescu looks at Construction & Demolition Waste and explains the importance of permitting and correct waste classification.
In today's blog EA Executive Director for Local Operations John Curtin, celebrates the milestone of having better protected more than 300,000 homes from flooding and coastal erosion
Van Griffiths, Deputy Director for Sustainable Business within the Environment Agency, explains how Earth Hour shines a light on the climate and nature crises.
Waste and what to do with it can be a complex and confusing issue, especially when it’s not your business.
Matt Buck, Fisheries Technical Specialist for the Midlands, explains how close season helps protect our breeding fish. Well the evenings are getting lighter, and across the country fish are starting to move out of their winter haunts - a sure …