Climate change is stirring up historic contaminated sediments from England’s rivers and little is being done to clean them up, as Rachel Salvidge discovers
The chair of the EFRA Committee has complained to the environment secretary that DEFRA is dragging its heels
The much-delayed 25-year environment plan will cover the environmental aspects of food and farming while the main thrust will be dealt with by the agriculture and fisheries bills
The Natural Capital Committee has urged Michael Gove to include robust governance and measurable milestones in the forthcoming 25-year environment plan
A natural capital stress test of the UK economy’s resilience reveals that extreme weather impacts on water supply, food and flood risk could cost the country tens of billions of pounds by 2050
Sea levels in the Firth of Clyde are expected to rise by 470mm by 2080, threatening habitats, naval bases and airports
England’s upland livestock farmers could earn more than £15,000 a year by putting in measures to protect flood prone areas, according to the National Trust and Green Alliance
Can fish derail the world’s first tidal lagoon? James Parsons investigates the challenges facing lagoons, barrages and marine energy projects around the world
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