Improving rivers is a 'moral imperative', says Benyon

The catchment-based approach now covers a large part of England and Wales, even though it is still under evaluation

by Simon Inglethorpe
The EU water framework directive requires water bodies to be at ‘good ecological status’ by 2027 (photo: David Maclennan CC-BY-SA-2.0)
The EU water framework directive requires water bodies to be at ‘good ecological status’ by 2027 (photo: David Maclennan CC-BY-SA-2.0)

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