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Communities urged to take action to prepare
Specialist teams from the Environment Agency are busy today (Wednesday, 4 December) continuing to respond to two significant pollution incidents in West Sussex which occurred yesterday evening.
Communities along the north east coast of England, including Yorkshire and the north coast of Norfolk, should prepare for the risk of coastal flooding.
The Environment Agency has published a document to show the environmental impact of the first phase of Exeter’s multi-million pound flood defence scheme.
Communities along the length of the east coast of England should be braced for the most serious coastal tidal surge for over 30 years.
More than half (54%) of UK drivers would endanger themselves and their vehicles by driving through moving flood water, according to a joint Environment Agency and AA survey.
The first phase of the River of Life project is nearly complete.
Benjamin Cook thought he might be famous after he made a video showcasing his skills as a poacher.
People in Northampton shouldn’t be alarmed when they hear the Environment Agency’s routine testing of its flood sirens this week.
Many of the communities devastated by last winter's floods are now much better prepared thanks to a dedicated team of Agency officers who have been out and about helping people develop greater flood resilience.
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Last updated: 02 December 2013