Over on today's blog we take a look at the importance of chalk streams and a particular project in the River Beane to improve the site.
Posts about our work to improve the water environment
EA Local Project Manager Harri Condie, discusses how stakeholders have come together to improve Felixstone.
Due to lockdown restrictions, the Environment Agency had to pause sampling at bathing waters for much of this year’s season to adhere with social distancing and to protect the safety of field, office and laboratory staff.
Our Test and Itchen Restoration Strategy Project Officer, Heb Leman, looks into the projects work to restore Chalk Streams.
EA Chief Executive Sir James Bevan sets out the facts around the state of our rivers
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.
A guest blog from the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management's (CIWEM) Director of Policy, Alastair Chisholm. Floods and dredging When major floods occur, there is a commonly heard call to "dredge the rivers!" as a solution. But is …
Encouraging your views on our ongoing Challenges and Choices consultation to help protect the water environment.
This Christmas #BinIt4Beaches and the Love Water partnership are reminding people of the problems caused by putting fats, oils and grease going down the sink instead of into the proper bin, and how easy it is to avoid them.
Between May 2018 and May 2019 parts of the South East of England received 30% less rain than normal. The last three winters have been exceptionally dry and we have an on-going environmental drought across the region. There is …