The launch of the Environment Agency's Flood Action Campaign.
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On Friday the Environment Agency published its latest list of Enforcement Undertakings accepted by EA under which 15 companies and individuals that polluted rivers and streams or made other environmental breaches will pay more than £2.2 million to environmental charities and local projects.
Coverage of the now complete £16 million Teesside flood scheme, Natural Flood Management in Suffolk, Minister Coffey writes to Swindon Council, and Minister Rutley visits the Scottish drinks industry
Minister Rutley's visit to Bradford and our response to the EAC's latest comments.
Media coverage on the Committee on Climate Change's coastal erosion report.
Clinical waste operator breaches environmental permits and The Farmers Weekly Awards took place yesterday at the Grosvenor Hotel in London, helping celebrate the best of British farming.
Our position on live animal exports and the Prince of Wales' visit to the Environment Agency's Kielder Salmon Centre in Scotland yesterday.
Our announcement of a consultation to ban the third party sales of puppies and kittens and a New Civil Engineer interview with Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency.
Information on how we share air pollution alerts and further coverage of yesterday's EFRA committee session on water regulation.
Lord Gardiner at Rural Housing Week and the Environment Agency's fish rescue on the River Teme on our afternoon blog today.