Climate change will force the water industry to spend more on treating and managing water supplies due to stronger and more frequent cycles of drought and flood, according to a new report
Farmers will be able to to take up more groundwater to irrigate parched crops during the ongoing hot and dry weather after the Environment Agency (EA) announced it would relax abstraction permits
The water sector is not doing enough to reduce serious pollution as new figures reveal another rise in category 1 incidents, the Environment Agency (EA) has said.
The government has opened a consultation on plans to review and update the overarching strategic framework for managing the water environment in England and parts of Wales and Scotland
Are environmental standards at risk from Brexit? Will BATs and BREFs dry up? Will there be enough skilled workers? Environmental consultants discuss their biggest concerns at ENDS 2018 environmental consultancy roundtable. James Parsons reports
A report setting out the potential environmental risks and impacts of expanding Heathrow airport has been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate
Abstraction for public water supply and increasingly severe droughts are sucking England's rare chalk streams dry. Rachel Salvidge takes a trip to the Chilterns to find out more
Improved long-term investment in water infrastructure and efficiency must be implemented immediately at a cost of £21bn or else businesses could see water supplies cut off during periods of drought, according to the National Infrastructure Commission
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