According to new analysis, natural water management schemes could be an important new source of profit for upland farms post-Brexit, and protect vulnerable communities from flooding. England’s struggling upland livestock farmers could earn over £15,000 profit a year by entering into private water management contracts with businesses and organisations in areas susceptible to flooding, according […]

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The Environmental Policy Forum has warned the EU Withdrawal Bill is “inadequate” to deliver Environment Secretary Michael Gove’s vision of a “green Brexit”. However, unencumbered by the views of experts, it is reported that Defra Secretary of State Michael Gove, in a recent visit to the West Country, will ensure that the “lion’s share” of […]

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Working the landscape WaterLIFE’s catchment work in East Anglia is featured in The Ends Report this month, which covers environment, carbon and sustainability news. Rachel Salvidge, Ends journalist, spent a day with the team, learning about some of the issues the region faces – such as soil loss and diffuse agricultural pollution – as well […]

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