The theme for June's issue of The Environment is flooding:

Special report: Pontypridd has faced a triple whammy - austerity, Storm Dennis floods and now lockdown

Mental health: flooding affects people in many ways, long after the water has subsided

Mental health: flood-support workers and first responders can suffer too

Natural flood management: what Scottish communities really think about NFM

Careers: meet the flood and coastal-erosion professionals setting up a women's network

Dam safety: Whaley Bridge had a near miss last summer - what can we learn about dam safety from the Toddbrook incident?

Drought: why memories can be a powerful tool in building local resilience

Area report: Indian subcontinent; air quality in Kathmandu

Energy: floating offshore wind takes shape off Wales

CIWEM Policy: the UK is to review access to flood insurance, to make it accessible and affordable, to leave no one behind

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