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WildFish respond to United Utilities questioning of SmartRivers report

In February you may have seen our SmartRivers report produced in collaboration with our partners at Save Windermere. This data summary marks the beginning of a long-term monitoring project surveying freshwater invertebrate populations in the…
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England’s water supply shortfall set to be 4.8 billion litres per day by 2050 and the Water Companies main solution – cutting demand – looks like pure fantasy

England’s water supply shortfall is estimated to increase to 4.8 billion litres per day by 2050 and the water companies' main s...
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Henley Mermaid joins WildFish as Fundraising and Marketing Lead ahead of Manhattan Island swim

WildFish is thrilled to announce the appointment of Henley Mermaid, Laura Reineke as its new Fundraising and Marketing Lead. Wi...
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Shock horror – sewage in rivers!

So, the latest Event Duration Monitoring (EDM) data has been published. If you don’t know, the “event” referred to is when r...
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SmartRivers in action: Welsh Dee Trust

SmartRivers volunteers are our lifeblood. Over 300 trained volunteers sample 95 river sites across the UK twice a year. It’s th...
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Southern Water and the Environment Agency’s broken promises to the Test and Itchen

WildFish has uncovered Southern Water and the Environment Agency’s (EA) plan to abandon Southern Water’s commitment to end over...
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WildFish make legal complaint to environment watchdog for SEPA’s failure to protect endangered wild salmon from sea lice parasites

WildFish and Coastal Communities Network (Scotland) have submitted a formal complaint to Environmental Standards Scotland (ESS)...
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