The environment agency (EA) regularly monitors inland and coastal waters as part of its EA2025 commitment to ensure healthy air, land and water. Here, one of the EA’s dedicated monitoring officers, Hannah Pihama, explains why this area of work is so vital.
On today’s blog Terry takes you through a day in the life of a lock keeper on the River Medway, the ups and downs of the job and the rise in littering over the past year.
Floods and coastal risk management officer, Ben Di Giulio, explains how he increased the bee population by 3,000 at the Denver Complex.
Environment Agency Chair Emma Howard Boyd sets out the Agency's mission and the search for three new members of the EA's Board.
The relaxing sport of fishing has been creating a wave of interest throughout 2020. Now, following the success of the Take a Friend Fishing (TAFF) initiative over the summer which saw hundreds of anglers sign up, the Environment Agency, Angling …