Van Griffiths, Deputy Director for Sustainable Business within the Environment Agency, explains how Earth Hour shines a light on the climate and nature crises.
Waste and what to do with it can be a complex and confusing issue, especially when it’s not your business.
Matt Buck, Fisheries Technical Specialist for the Midlands, explains how close season helps protect our breeding fish. Well the evenings are getting lighter, and across the country fish are starting to move out of their winter haunts - a sure …
Our Environmental Crime Officer, Stephanie Marriott, talks about the effects from waste crime that she sees every day and how you can help us in our fight against illegal waste activity.
EA Chief Executive Sir James Bevan's speech on Climate Change at the British Insurers’ Annual Conference 2021
We have today published our annual report, 'Regulating for People, the Environment, and Growth', to highlight how the EA is protecting communities and the environment through good regulation.
EA Local Project Manager Harri Condie, discusses how stakeholders have come together to improve Felixstone.
This week, Storm Christoph brought heavy rain to very wet ground and full rivers. Today, I joined the Prime Minister who visited Didsbury in Greater Manchester where properties were evacuated. When we arrived the channel leading to the flood storage …
As we celebrate the 1st anniversary of the Joint Unit for Waste Crime, Mark Cleland from the British Transport Police discusses how the multi-agency taskforce is tackling illegal waste activity and metal theft.
Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency, welcomes in a new year for England's environmental regulator.