The Rivers Trust attends Water Summit to call on businesses to address the growing pressures on UK water resources.
The Rivers Trust attended The Manor House Hotel in Moreton in Marsh on Tuesday 29th May, to represent the Catchment Based Approach and call upon businesses to sign a declaration that aims to bring sectors and organisations together to enable more effective management of UK water catchments. Recognising the importance…Read more
Great British Spring Clean – the results!
In March, we were proud partners of the Keep Britain Tidy's #GBSpringClean campaign - mobilising our volunteer network to clean up litter around rivers up and down the country. [embed]https://youtu.be/OYLF-k9AIR0[/embed] On the run-up to the campaign, 12 Rivers Trusts were trained by Thames21 to deliver volunteer litter picks, learning about the ins and…Read more
Top politicians back joint campaign to tackle agricultural pollution to restore rivers
The Angling Trust, WWF and The Rivers Trust have launched a widely-praised report Saving the Earth in the House of Commons, calling for fundamental changes in the way land is managed to protect rivers, lakes and estuaries from pollution and to reduce costs to society from flooding, water shortages, dredging…Read more
Saving the earth – a sustainable future for soils and water
Soil is currently being destroyed ten times faster than it's being created. This is not only putting the farming sector at risk and costing England & Wales £1.2 billion a year, but is affecting the health of our rivers. A new report by WWF, The Rivers Trust and The Angling Trusts…Read more
International Rivers Trust conference comes to Dublin
For the first time, Dublin hosted The Rivers Trust Spring Conference to celebrate the recent growth of the Rivers Trust movement across the island of Ireland. Over 120 delegates gathered for The Rivers Trust Spring Conference which focussed on The Journey of Rivers Trusts - Past, Present and Future, held…Read more