Experts from the University of East Anglia have helped put together a report looking at how extreme weather is affecting our countryside.
Scientists from the University of East Anglia have found that a quarter of the UK's rare species live in the Fens.
Environmental experts have started a review into whether land from the former Hauxton Chemical Works in Cambridgeshire is safe to build on.
A bird that hasn’t been seen in Essex for 25 years has been spotted at the Abberton Reservoir in Colchester. Staff spotted the Desert Wheatear on Sunday. It’s thought to have become lost migrating from Asia to Africa and has settled on a large sandpit.
Bird watchers have flocked to the centre to catch a glimpse of it for themselves
Business leaders in Peterborough are being offered the chance to test electric vehicles at the Peterborough Arena on Wednesday 17 October.
Delegates will get the chance to speak to dealers and gain a better understanding of electric vehicles and the benefits they can offer regional businesses.
Work starts on Monday 15th October to improve flood protection at two of Suffolk’s internationally important nature conservation sites.
The Environment Agency will be repairing the sheet piles which protect the banks from erosion along the Minsmere River.
They will also repair the Minsmere tidal sluice and three other sluices that are in poor condition.
A clean up with a difference has taken place in Norwich. The 'river tidy' took place along a stretch of the River Wensum in Punts and other boats.
Among the items retrieved by volunteers were traffic cones and wooden planks.
The Environment Agency has repaired flood barriers defending Colchester and Wivenhoe.
Thirteen radial gates at the Colne Barrier have been refurbished and the hydraulic system that operates them overhauled. The gates themselves have been shot-blasted and repainted.
The refurbished gates allow water to flow downstream and close to prevent large tides from reaching Wivenhoe and Colchester.
The Colne Barrier protects more than 2,000 properties.
Scientists have spent the day on a Suffolk beach taking samples from a Fin Whale that died after being stranded on the shore.
A lifeboat crew was unable to help the young female, which became stuck at Shingle Street near Hollesley