What Thames Water's £750m cash injection means for your bills

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House builders should stop complaining and 'be part of the solution' says Natural England chair

Tony Juniper told i that construction firms were not being unfairly targeted and that the private sector needed to play its part if the UK was to move from nature conservation to recovery

More than 1 in 10 have fallen ill in UK's rivers, first findings of citizen sewage survey show

Why the flying ants can swarm at any time during summer and what it means

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Greta Thunberg charged after blocking road at oil protest

New versions of paracetamol and ibuprofen could kick off a generation of eco-friendly drugs

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How the High Court could bring a quick end to sewage pollution

Thames Water fined £3.3m for pumping millions of litres of sewage into rivers near Gatwick

River Thames riddled with chemical pollution before Henley Regatta

UK saw hottest June on record as Met Office issues climate change warning

How water cremation works, as Co-op to become first UK company to offer sustainable alternative