Championing Coastal Coordination – 2024/2025 Funding round is open The Expression of Interest (EOI) for the 2024/2025 Championing Coastal Coordination (3C’s) funding round is now open. This is the final confirmed round of funding for the 3C’s. We appreciate everyone is busy, but we look forward to seeing your submissions. The funding round will be […]

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Estuaries and Coasts Senior Advisor – 28987 Number of jobs available: 1 Region: National City/Town: All Grade: Staff Grade 6 Post Type: Fixed Term Working Pattern: Full Time, Part Time, Part Time/Job Share, Part Time Term Time, Compressed Hours Role Type: Environment & Sustainability Salary Minimum: £50,409 pro rata Job description   Do you want to work for an organisation that values […]

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The Thames Barrier, originally designed to last until 2030, was opened 40 years ago this week. It is one of the largest movable barriers in the world and is operated and maintained by the Environment Agency. The Barrier and the other flood defences across the wider estuary protect 125 square kilometres of central London, encompassing 1.42 million […]

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Reported by the BBC High visitor numbers are turning one of Britain’s most scenic lakes green, researchers say. A report funded by the UK space agency suggests a link between peak tourist periods and algal blooming at Windermere in the Lake District. Algal blooming is caused by warm temperatures and nutrients, and can make the […]

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A coalition of businesses and corporate sustainability programmes have launched the UK Net Zero Business Census. Delivered by the UK Business Climate Hub (UKBCH), this is a new nationwide research initiative focused on setting a clear standard for the private sector’s role in achieving the UK’s goal of net-zero emissions by 2050. The UK Net […]

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Last weekend (3-6 May), the Rivers Trust ran its Big River Watch weekend – a simple citizen science activity that helps build a picture of river health across the UK and Ireland. The app and survey will remain open to collect data year-round. So, if you run a volunteer group or you’re interested in continuing […]

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A significant international collaboration to support peatland restoration in the North Pennines National Landscape has been  announced by German environmental association, the Nature And Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU). The €1.1 million investment will be used to restore valuable peatlands in the North Pennines, helping to promote better global climate regulation. Healthy peatlands are vital for […]

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