Drinking treated sewage is the future, says EA chief

Sir James Bevan has said people need to be “less squeamish” about where drinking water comes from

Britain’s coasts under threat from climate change

The Environment Agency warns that coastal erosion and flooding are set to increase

‘UK sending its rubbish abroad must be stopped’

The Environment Agency Chief Executive is calling for waste crime to be stopped

‘We can’t solve the climate crisis without the banks’ says Sir James Bevan

The Environment Agency Chief Executive looked forward following COP26 in his speech delivered to the banking sector – claiming they have “more power than most countries to create the change we need”

Environment Agency Chief: ‘Climate change will lead to UK droughts no matter the success of COP26’

Sir James Bevan has warned that water shortages in the coming decades are unavoidable and that government and water companies must start preparing for this now