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 …
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
Environment Agency Port Officer Melvyn Stammers discusses international waste exports and what he and his colleagues are doing to stop illegal shipments
Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency, reflects on the recent State of the Environment Report.
Alice Mayne, Deputy Director of Navigation at the Environment Agency, highlights how boaters and craft users can work with the Agency help to protect our waterways.
Our Operations Manager Chris Wilson looks back at the Toddbrook incident twelve months on
EA Chief Executive Sir James Bevan reflects on how the Agency has operated throughout the coronavirus lockdown to keep the environment and communities safe
An op-ed from Emma Howard-Boyd on our FCRM strategy
A look into our new 5 year plan, EA2025, which sets out how we will help to accelerate a just transition to a low-carbon and more climate resilient future.
Combined Sewer Overflows Explained Recently we have seen prominent coverage in the Guardian which claims that untreated human waste was released into streams and rivers for more than 1.5 million hours in 2019. There are a number of points that …