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We’ve updated our Sewage Map!
See where sewage was discharged into your local waterway in
The Plan for Water – good ambition, but will it deliver?
Hot on the tail of its Environmental Improvement Plan, the Government has published its plan for delivering clean and plentiful water. The plan’s ambition is to deliver a healthy water environment and a sustainable supply of water for people, business, and nature by tackling multiple sources of pollution, leveraging investment and improving water efficiency and supply.
Flood and Coast
Coast is a unique event that attracts exhibitors, speakers and visitors from around the world to advance the debate about the impacts of climate change on flood and coastal erosion risk management (
). The Rivers Trust is a partner for this year’s event.
The Rivers Trust at Hay Festival
The Rivers Trust is partnering with Hay Festival
, supporting two fantastic events celebrating what we love about rivers, and what we need to do to save them. Tickets can be purchased via the Hay Festival website.
The Rivers Trust launches manifesto for healthy rivers ahead of Northern Ireland council elections
The Rivers Trust, a leading environmental charity dedicated to protecting and improving Northern Ireland, Ireland and Great Britain’s rivers and waterways, has published a manifesto for healthy rivers ahead of the upcoming Northern Ireland council elections on May
The Rivers Trust shortlisted for the Charity Awards
The Rivers Trust is delighted to announce that it has made the shortlist for this year’s Charity Awards, the longest-running and most prestigious awards scheme in the charity sector.
The Rivers Trust Sewage Map: annual data is no longer good enough
We’ve added near real-time data to our Sewage Map, but only one water company has released suitable data. All water companies must now share real-time discharge data with the public.
The Big River Watch
Help improve our rivers. Take part in The Big River Watch survey!
The Rivers Trust warns alien invasion is destroying native biodiversity and costing Northern Ireland economy £
m per year
To mark Invasive Species Week (May
), The Rivers Trust is calling on everyone to play their part in the war against alien invaders that are costing not just the loss of biodiversity but also tens of millions of pounds annually to the local economy.