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Helping to keep rivers flowing but not flooding

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Debbie Thompson leads the Stour Field Team and has been with the Environment Agency for 15 years.
Here, Debbie explains how the team works throughout the year to help protect communities from flooding and improve the environment for people and nature.
The 14-strong field team can be seen working across this large chunk of east Kent on most days of the year.

How Carbon Literacy training inspired me to trim more than 23 tonnes off my personal carbon footprint

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Jennifer Howard is an Asset Performance Advisor who has worked in Flood and Coastal Risk Management for the Environment Agency for 18 years. Her work is focussed on flood incident response. Here, she talks about how her background and how …

Supporting the Siting Process for a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF)

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Simple infographic illustrating regulation of a Geological disposal facility

Eddie Osondu, a Nuclear Regulator at the Environment Agency (EA), reports on our work in west Cumbria and Lincolnshire to share information with communities about how we will regulate a future geological disposal facility. I’ve worked with the Environment Agency …

Restoring sealife in the Solent – a $5 million 5-year project

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View of saltmarsh looking out to sea in the Solent Seascape Project area

To mark COP15, Louise MacCallum, Solent Project Manager at Blue Marine Foundation, explains how the exciting multi-million-dollar ‘Solent Seascape Project’ will be the first of its kind in the UK to restore a seascape scale marine habitat (credit: Louise MacCallum). …