The move comes as the government prepares to launch new 'Plan for Water' strategy this week that could see firms potentially face unlimited fines for regulatory breaches
Commission blasts the government's 'stuttering' approach to infrastructure development, but suggests it is still possible to get 'back on track' to deliver on climate and energy security goals
As the first UN water conference in 50 years get underway in New York, water security risk is rising up the corporate agenda, writes CDP's Patricia Calderon
Calls for water industry benchmarks and bans for bosses presiding over serious pollution, as Lords Committee slams insufficient investment that has left British waterways 'up sewage creek'
CDP calls for mandatory corporate water disclosure risks, as new report reveals water-related innovation is tapping into booming global market
Environment Secretary considering introducing larger fines and more immediate penalties for water firms that fail to stop raw sewage spilling into waterways
Decontaminating the country's rivers and lakes requires business action - the Conservative Environment Network's Kitty Thompson explores the ways government can mobilise firms behind the push
England and Wales water regulator Ofwat hands out financial penalties to 11 firms for missing supply, biodiversity, pollution and sewer flooding goals