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It could take the Scottish Environment Protection Agency two years to fully recover from a cyber-attack that locked it out of most of its data and systems, according to the regulator. While a backlog of permit applications is building up, SEPA's boss says key activities are still being carried out
Click through to view an interactive map with details of 100 sites that together discharged untreated sewage for more than 480,000 hours last year – each site on average dumping raw sewage for 200 days across 2020
A nationwide star count in February has revealed a significant drop in light pollution across the UK
One hundred sites discharged untreated sewage for more than 480,000 hours last year, this month's map of Environment Agency data shows
The number of pollution incidents recorded by the Environment Agency are falling ENDS looks at the data
With water companies coming under increasing pressure to clean up their act in relation to river pollution, a project in Gloucestershire could offer a natural approach that delivers wider environmental benefits than traditional solutions
The debrief: How an innovative beach restoration scheme is helping to protect homes and industry from flooding
Concrete and rock have long been the go-to materials for coastal defences, but an innovative scheme on the Norfolk coast looked instead to restoring and reprofiling a beach to help protect homes and industry from North Sea storm
Striking a balance between meeting consumer demands and the need to protect nature has historically been difficult to achieve, but one food company and its supplying farmers have found a more mutually beneficial approach
With the Environment Bill making its way through parliament, 2021 looks set to be the year that biodiversity net gain takes a significant step forward in England. But in Scotland, one firm is already working to deliver it
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