Calls are being made for Shropshire Council to help clean up the county’s rivers by putting pressure on Severn Trent to mitigate the impact of sewage pollution.
A group of global investors representing more than $3.5 trillion (€3.1 trillion) in assets has urged the European Commission not to allow intensive farming to be labelled as a sustainable activity.
Radioactivity in the environment report shows impact of radioactive discharges is well within dose limits
The latest Radioactivity in Food and the Environment Report (RIFE 26) has been published today (4 November) and shows that levels and concentrations of man-made radioactivity measured in the environment during 2020 were well within international dose limits.
The Environment Agency has ruled out chemical pollution as a likely cause of the deaths of thousands of crabs and lobsters that have been washed ashore along the Teesside and North Yorkshire coast
All of England’s combined water and sewage companies have admitted pumping likely illegal levels of waste into rivers, the Environment Agency (EA) has revealed.