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Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
Oral evidence session held.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 21 November on the work of the Environment Agency. The EA is the main public body for improving the environment in England and for protecting communities from flooding.
This session will discuss how effectively the EA is delivering these aims and what outcomes it is securing from its £1.3 billion budget on issues including water quality, waste, environmental regulation, drought and flooding.
Evidence given by Emma Howard Boyd, Chair, Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive, and Dr Toby Willison, Executive Director of Operations, Environment Agency.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Committee examines activities on environmental protection, including waste and flood risk management