As the marine energy sector waits for the government’s position on the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon, James Parsons speaks with Charles Hendry, author of the independent report advocating its development
DEFRA has allocated funding to innovative flooding schemes, demonstrating that it is committed to natural defences as well as concrete ones
DEFRA is piloting the transfer of river maintenance duties to internal drainage boards but the National Audit Office says they are susceptible to conflicts of interest
Paul Hatchwell: March saw the UK drive deeper into a policy interregnum ahead of Brexit as prime minister May’s hovering thumb finally pressed down on the Article 50 button.
A standard on devices used in sustainable urban drainage systems has been published by British Water, listing technical requirements for manufacturers
Ofwat’s priorities may soon include pressing water companies to reduce the long-term risk to water supply and to ensure their infrastructure is resilient
The Science and Technology Committee wants to know whether the Cabinet Office has a science, research and evidence strategy and how it takes evidence into account in policymaking
Six sites of special scientific interest in Cornwall have been merged and enlarged to create continuous habitat for species such as the marsh fritillary butterfly and the willow tit
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