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Welsh data has now been added to our Sewage Map

Welsh data has now been added to our Sewage Map

Posted by Emily Cooper

Data showing the amount and duration of raw sewage discharges in Wales throughout 2019 is now available to view on our Sewage Map. Because of devolution across the different nations of the UK, there are several pieces of environmental legislation in Wales relating to the environment which do not apply…

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International Day of Women and Girls in Science

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Posted by Emily Cooper

Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. At The Rivers Trust, we believe that the equal inclusion of women and girls in science is vital for the achievement of true science and gender equality. Progress has been made in this area, and we’ve been pleased to see…

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World Wetlands Day: a new wetland for the Wyre catchment

World Wetlands Day: a new wetland for the Wyre catchment

Posted by Rebecca Duncan

You may have read before about Broomfield Park wetland in Enfield London, which is a project we are really proud to work on. We are also incredibly excited to share a new video this World Wetlands Day about a more recent wetland initiative in the Wyre Catchment in the North…

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The wonderful world of wetlands – Broomfield Park

The wonderful world of wetlands – Broomfield Park

Posted by Jayne Mann

To mark World Wetlands Day, we want to celebrate one of our favourite projects, Broomfield Park Wetland in Enfield, North London. The 3000m2 wetland, completed in 2019, was supported by the partnership between the Coca-Cola Foundation, WWF-UK and The Rivers Trust. Managed by Enfield Council and led by Thames21, it…

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