UN warns about consequences of not conserving water and tackling climate crisis Water shortages are now affecting more than 3 billion people around the world, as the amount of fresh water available for each person has […]
New research has found that the coronavirus lockdown led to dramatic changes in water consumption in England and Wales, and that some of these are likely to continue even after the pandemic. In conjunction with Artesia, […]
Raw sewage was dumped in county rivers “hundreds of times” last year and one is “overrun with fungus”, a councillor has claimed. Gloucestershire’s Liberal Democrat leader Paul Hodgkinson said one river which flows through the […]
SOLAR farms, electrical car charging points in terraces and mine water heating systems are some of the ideas being considered for how County Durham goes about trying to become carbon neutral by 2050. Durham County […]
It brings together four years of data in an accessible and transparent format to give a balanced view of the company’s performance against key ESG measures. It outlines performance against the following criteria: Environment: The […]
AEECoW 2018 Conference – November 2018 Date: 8th November 2018 (9am – 5pm)Venue: IET Teacher Building, St Enoch Square, Glasgow
The Association of Environmental and Ecological Clerks of Works Pollution Prevention with Siltbuster – October Training Event Date: 25th October 2018 (9.15am – 4pm) (Registration from 8.45am)Venue: […]
The River Thames Waterways team is carrying out an operation to remove a number of abandoned and sunken ‘eyesore’ wrecks from the River Thames.