Enhanced by citizen science data, the Environment Agency is using water quality monitoring activity to prioritise how and where to tackle phosphate pollution on the River Wye. A press release from the Environment Agency states: ‘The Wye catchment is an iconic location and hugely important for biodiversity, principally due to the wide range of rare […]

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A new tool to help increase the native oyster population around the English coast has been launched, the Environment Agency announced  on World Ocean Day, 8 June. Native oyster populations have decreased by 95% in England since the mid-1800s, mainly due to over-fishing. The aim is to reverse this decline because they bring multiple benefits, […]

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