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National Apprenticeship Week: Natalie’s experience on the Environmental Practitioner Degree

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EA apprentices make important contributions to many of our work areas

Natalie Parkinson is a 19-year-old student from Stoke-On-Trent. A year ago, she moved to Ely in Cambridgeshire to do a five-year Environmental Practitioner Degree Apprenticeship with the Environment Agency. It’s a full-time, paid job with a finite end but, assuming …

Government’s Environmental Improvement Plan: One year on

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Our chair Alan Lovell reflects on our progress to achieve government’s Environmental Improvement Plan (EIP) goals. One year ago, the government published the Environmental Improvement Plan (EIP) to halt and reverse the decline of nature in our country. With climate …

Anthropy’s ‘Vision for Britain’: The Environment Agency welcomes a new leadership conference

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The entrance to Anthropy: “Leave your ego and your silo at the door”.

A major new leadership gathering took over the Eden Project earlier this month, for three days of visioning, networking and partnering. A small EA team participated in the event. Here, Van Griffiths, Deputy Director of the Environment Agency’s Sustainable Business …