Dan Bond, Deputy Director for Flood and Coastal Risk Management Strategy and Engagement, explains the work an innovative project to make more climate resilient places. Anyone whose business or home has been flooded will tell you that it’s a life …
Today's blog marks the start of bathing water season.
The Environment Agency has published research examining various carbon offsetting approaches and the challenges and opportunities they present. Dr Lydia Burgess-Gamble, Principal Scientist with the Environment Agency reviews the research, describing it as the Environment Agency’s first step in developing …
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.
Environment Agency Chair Emma Howard Boyd sets out the Agency's mission and the search for three new members of the EA's Board.
The Environment Agency’s £4 billion Pension Fund has committed to reach net zero by 2045 and halve emissions by 2030. This commitment is part of its ongoing work to significantly reduce the emissions from the 2,000 companies that the Fund invests in, directly supporting the UK’s Green Finance Strategy and the UK’s plans for COP26.
EA Chief Executive Sir James Bevan looks to the future and the priorities for the Environment Agency in the year ahead.
Saffron Price-Finnerty, Interim Manager for the Nuclear Regulation Group North, explains how our nuclear regulators and assessors have been continuing their work regulating the nuclear industry in Cumbria.
On today's blog we look into the 2020 Event Duration Monitoring Data, which is fundamental to understanding and improving the environment.
Nick Brenchley, National Lead for Metadata and Data Sharing Systems, discusses the EA's new waste 'widget' to help customers find registered waste carriers.