By Charles Rangeley- Wilson, Chair of the Chalk Stream Restoration Group. On 15 October 2021, the Chalk Streams Restoration Group marked a major milestone on the journey to restore England’s chalk streams. The group was formed in 2020 to bring …
Climate change is happening now Julie Foley, Director of Flood Risk Strategy & National Adaptation, Environment Agency The kinds of extreme climatic events experienced in Germany and the Low Countries this July, leading to devastating flooding, is sadly likely to …
Today (1 June), the Government has published the latest Outcome Indicator Framework report for the 25 Year Environment Plan. This report, released annually, is an objective and evidence-based assessment of 66 different indicators linked to the 10 goals of the …
Today's blog marks the start of bathing water season.
EA Chief Executive Sir James Bevan looks to the future and the priorities for the Environment Agency in the year ahead.
On today's blog we look into the 2020 Event Duration Monitoring Data, which is fundamental to understanding and improving the environment.
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.
EA Chief Executive Sir James Bevan's speech on Climate Change at the British Insurers’ Annual Conference 2021
EA Local Project Manager Harri Condie, discusses how stakeholders have come together to improve Felixstone.
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