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River Action launches its Plan to Save the Wye

River Action launches an urgent public call for a new ‘Plan To Save The Wye’. The very recent rapid ecological collapse of the Wye and its tributaries has been widely linked to the rapid growth of the intensive poultry industry across the river catchment. It

River Action 2021 Impact Report

Following the completion of River Action's first year of campaigning, we publish our first Impact Report. The document assesses River Action's work during 2021 – both specifically regarding its campaigns relating to the pollution of the River Wye and the re-funding of the UK’s environmental

River Action UK appoints Board of Trustees

River Action UK is delighted to announce that the following have been appointed to its Board of Trustees: Marina Gibson James Macpherson (Treasurer) James Wallace Charles Watson (Chair)   River Action is a UK Charitable Incorporated Organisation, which was registered with the Charities Commission in

River Action Live: Ruth Chambers joins Marina Gibson

Senior Parliamentary Affairs Associate, Ruth Chambers joins Marina Gibson in our latest Instagram Live. "Keep up the pressure because it is the next stage that really is the implementation stage that is critical." Ruth Chambers. Recent months has seen tireless campaigning and powerful unity

Press Release: Spending Review 2021

River Action welcomes Spending Review acknowledgement of need to tackle river pollution; criticises inadequate funding allocated 27.10.21: River Action welcomes the inclusion in today’s Spending Review of ‘tackling nutrient pollution in rivers and streams’ as a highlighted priority for Defra spending over the next three

River Action Spending Review Submission 2021

Earlier this year, River Action UK submitted our Spending Review submission - highlighting the crisis in our rivers and the collapse of of UK environmental protection. We have called on the UK Government to double Environment Agency funding in the Spending Review 2021 to ensure

River Action’s ad campaign helps petition numbers to soar

The state of waterways in the UK are at an all-time low. A major cause of this crisis is the collapse of environmental protection for our rivers following years of de-funding of the UK’s environmental regulatory agencies. River Action’s petition calling on government to properly