The prolonged dry weather is affecting many rivers and lakes across much of central, south-west, south-east and eastern England.
In this blog post we explore the latest prolonged dry weather situation and how the Environment Agency has already been taking action.
Deputy Director for Water Strategy and Partnerships, Richard Thompson, talks about how the importance of River Basin Management Planning as a tool for driving forward the changes needed for a prosperous water environment.
Our Area Environment Manager Rachael Caldwell looks at what we can all do to improve water quality over the festive season.
On today’s blog Terry takes you through a day in the life of a lock keeper on the River Medway, the ups and downs of the job and the rise in littering over the past year.
Our Senior Ecologist in Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire describes how we look at animals and plants in rivers and lakes to try to fix the problems they face.
The social benefits of the natural environment and green space are well understood and researched, but what about the benefits of blue space?
Laboratory scientist, Sean, takes us through the science behind bathing water monitoring.
My name is Simon, I’m Lead Team Member for Operational Delivery in the Upper Thames catchment. I’ve been here 41 years and I wouldn’t still being doing it if I didn’t enjoy it! I am outside most of the time …
The elver fishery is an area of fishery enforcement that not many anglers will ever see, as it happens on tidal waters at night during the months of February – May. Elvers are juvenile eels and they are currently on …