Today we are looking at coverage following our announcement of funding for frequently flooded communities around the country.
There has been widespread coverage of Environment Agency warnings to be prepared for possible flooding this winter, as it continues its awareness campaign - Flood Action Week - to encourage those who live in areas at risk of flooding to act now to protect their home, possessions and family
Funding will be targeted at eligible communities where 10 or more properties have flooded twice or more in the last 10 years, helping to both accelerate existing projects and deliver new ones.
Actions include producing a new national assessment of flood risk, an updated national coastal erosion risk map and new long term investment scenarios, to better inform future investment decisions.
Among the 50 projects successful in the second round of the Natural Environment Investment Readiness Fund include those to restore and rewet peatlands, create green urban spaces and improve flood resilience.
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 coverage of the Environment Secretary's speech at the NFU Live conference yesterday (Tuesday 23 February).
Today we look at how the UK became one of the first countries in the world to fulfil a key commitment of the Paris Agreement.
An update from the Environment Agency on flooding in Lincolnshire.
Today we're looking at widespread national, regional and trade coverage of the Environment Agency’s revised Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy (FCERM) strategy which was published today.