Few English rivers in good health

The number of England’s rivers in good condition has dropped to less than a fifth, but the Environment Agency says they are the healthiest they have been for 20 years

by Rachel Salvidge
New data shows fewer rivers were in good condition in 2012-13 than the previous period (photograph: Jiri Rezac/WWF-UK)
New data shows fewer rivers were in good condition in 2012-13 than the previous period (photograph: Jiri Rezac/WWF-UK)

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