The Positive Disruptor July 2022

Rivers are the polluted lifeblood of our land. How can we save them?

You can’t plough up or build on rivers. But you can straighten, drain and pollute them. That’s been the story for Britain’s 200,000km of arterial waterways for decades. All our rivers are chemically polluted, and only 14 per cent are in reasonable ecological health and fit to swim in – if you can locate the three per cent with public access, that is.

Read the full article here. Published in Country and Town House Magazine.

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