As part of the £2.5 million Developing the Natural Aire (DNAire) project, salmon will soon be able to find their way to spawning grounds above Skipton in the River Aire for the first time since the Industrial Revolution.
The Environment Agency’s Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy finished its journey through Parliament, meaning that we can start to put it into action, getting the nation better protected and prepared for the effects of climate change for decades to come.
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
The Environment Agency is warning drivers of 4x4 vehicles they could be subject to legal proceedings after a group of vehicles was seen being driven along a Shropshire river. Several off road vehicles were photographed on a stretch of river …
Director of Regulated Industry, Marie Fallon, reflects on how the Agency has worked throughout the coronavirus outbreak to uphold environmental regulations
EA Chief Executive Sir James Bevan reflects on how the Agency has operated throughout the coronavirus lockdown to keep the environment and communities safe
Through the coronavirus lockdown we have continued to crack down on waste criminals and protect both the industry and the environment
An op-ed from Emma Howard-Boyd on our FCRM strategy