Today’s blog looks at media coverage on the annual report from Surfers Against Sewage on storm overflows during the bathing water season.
Environment Minister Rebecca Pow, Environment Agency Chair Emma Howard Boyd and Natural England Chair Tony Juniper visited the River Mimran in Hertfordshire on Friday 15 October for the launch of the Chalk Stream Restoration Strategy. They met with members of …
Today’s blog looks at a new report underlining the need for a joined-up approach to improve river health.
There is media coverage in the Times and Daily Express today (2 August) on the government’s expansion of the popular Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF) programme to cover every farm in England. The programme – which is a partnership between Defra, …
Ofwat has confirmed a final package of investment from water companies to deliver lasting environmental improvements.
This afternoon’s blog looks at media coverage of the Environment Agency’s annual assessment of the environmental performance of England’s water companies.
In today's blog we look at inaccurate coverage of the UK being ranked last in Europe for bathing water quality in 2020.
In today's blog we look at coverage of Ofwat’s announcement of a draft package of over £2.7 billion investment from water companies as part of their plans to help the country build back greener from the pandemic.
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.