Today we look at media coverage of our £150 million Flood and Coastal Resilience Innovation Programme.
Today we look at coverage in the Guardian, Telegraph, Times and Yorkshire Post about our plans to bring in legislation to reduce sewage discharges by water companies into rivers.
Today we look at media coverage of the Environment Agency’s announcement that it has reached its target of better protecting 300,000 homes from flooding and coastal erosion since 2015.
In today's blog we look at the launch of the new £10 million Natural Environment Investment Readiness Fund.
Today we look at media coverage of an Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee report on flooding, which has called for better mental health support for people who suffer flooding and for a clearer plan on flood resilience.
In today’s blog we look at the media coverage and Defra group reaction to the Dasgupta Review.
Today we look at coverage in the Independent online of a joint article authored by Natural England chair Tony Juniper, Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd, and Forestry Commission chair Sir William Worsley.
Today we’re looking at coverage of the River Wharfe being added to the list of bathing waters in England from 2021, helping to ensure the water is cleaner and safer for swimmers.
In today's blog we look at the BBC's Panorama documentary and its coverage of the impact that last winter’s flooding had on communities across the UK.
This morning there is coverage on the front page of the Yorkshire Post and BBC News of our announcement of the recommendations of an independent review of flood insurance, commissioned by the government following flooding in South Yorkshire last winter.