Why the rivers row highlights scale of DEFRA's targets test

The government says our rivers are cleaner than at any time since the Industrial Revolution, but for campaigners the picture is starkly different. They argue our rivers are dying as a consequence of agricultural pollution, repeated sewage spills from storm overflows and over-abstraction.

by Jamie Carpenter
Jamie Carpenter, editor, ENDS
Jamie Carpenter, editor, ENDS

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