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Environment Agency Wales is calling for help in recording populations of a rare and threatened fish species that appears to be flocking to three Welsh rivers this year

It’s not the most spectacular looking plant, but when it comes to rarity the Triangular club rush is the UK’s botanical equivalent of the tiger. This unassuming sedge is disappearing fast...

The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) says it is recommending 8 bathing beaches, out of 24 tested, in Northern Ireland for excellent water quality in its annual Good Beach Guide


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A record number of beaches have achieved the highest possible European standard for bathing water quality in a decade, based on early season sampling conducted by the Environment Agency


The threat from climate change featured strongly in the first speech to the House of Commons by Britain's first Green MP this afternoon


Swimmers, surfers and holidaymakers will benefit from plans to tackle sources of pollution and further improve water quality at over 160 bathing water sites around England and Wales, the Environment Agency announced today


BP announced that its internal investigation team began sharing initial perspectives of its review of the causes of the tragic Deepwater Horizon fire and oil spill


Despite alarmist newspaper articles about combined sewer overflows (CSOs), Britain's beaches have improved significantly in recent years


An 'unprecedented' agreement has been signed by members of the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) and nine leading environmental organisations


A Met Office study on how climate change could affect the frequency of extreme droughts in the UK has found a range of possibilities

The Government believes that we need to protect the environment for future generations, make our economy more environmentally sustainable

Singapore's rapid expansion is driving an ecologically and socially devastating sand-dredging industry in Cambodia,


Latest Information received from the Icelandic Meteorological Office states that that the explosive activity from the Eyjafjallajökull volcano


A recent report has revealed that Spanish fleets are overfishing the seas, resulting in dangerously low fish stocks


The UK’s reliance on ‘virtual’ water, in imported food and other supplies, is exacerbating water shortages in other countries


The report recommends a wider review of the management of the Crown Estate and the 1961 Act, to ascertain


The UK Government has given consent for Total and Dong Energy to develop the Laggan and Tormore gas fields


 Housing and Planning Minister John Healey has  announced a triple boost for councils tackling climate change by updating


Scotland will plant 100 million trees by 2015 as part of a drive to cut emissions, the Scottish Government has pledged


 The UK winners of a prestigious environmental awards scheme will face European competition


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