Environment Companies such as Coca-Cola should take a lead in establishing measures to ‘capture the value of water’, the expert says

Food production’s effect on water supplies must be investigated and properly recorded, warns Professor Tony Allan

Monitoring officers Emily Huntingford, Sally Richardson and Imogen Nicholson and Fisheries officer Laura Bullock of the Environment Agency search a remaining pool of water in the dried bed of the River Teme, in north Herefordshire, for fish that have become trapped due to falling water levels falling

Heatwave Britain: Lousy weather for fish - stand by for 33C highs

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The News Matrix: Friday 19 July 2013

Poisoning inquiry as 23 children die

Asha Devi, her daughter Savita and other sick children

Protests erupt after contaminated school meals kill 22 children in India

Angry parents take to the streets after deadly outbreak of sickness at school in northern India

Met Office holds emergency meeting to discuss Britain's increasingly unpredictable weather patterns

It follows the coldest spring in more than 50 years

Shares in mining giant Glencore Xstrata soar

Shares in Glencore Xstrata shot up 4 per cent on the newly formed commodities empire’s first full day of trading as a single entity.

City gives a warm welcome to Glencore Xstrata debut

Glencore Xstrata shares found favour with the City today on the newly formed mining empire’s first morning of trading as a single company.

Bee campaigners protest in Parliament Square

Exclusive: Pesticides ban makes it a triple whammy for farmers

EU action on bees comes on top of huge losses and the coldest March for 50 years

Andre Santos

Andre Santos claims to have only learnt how to be a full-back after move to Arsenal

The defender is currently out on loan at Gremio

Genetically modified crops needed to 'feed the world,' says Government's chief scientific advisor Mark Walport

Sir Mark says EU regulation means not enough GM crops can be grown

Growing pains: Plant nurseries complained of disastrous sales in March

Trouble in store for agriculture: Crops and gardens
join the economy in not growing

Special report: The harsh weather has led to the loss of livestock and problems in both vegetable and cereal production

Barley: Planting is down 19 per cent. Seed for spring planting is in short supply

Beleaguered farmers' third poor harvest in a row means British shoppers will rely on imported food - and prices will rise

Crops from potatoes and peas to cereals are being hit, leading to increased reliance on imported produce

Wheat imports to rise after poor weather hits quality

British bakers are being forced to look overseas for flour after cold and wet weather decimated wheat crops across the country.

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Chicken, spelt and wild garlic pilaf

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