In today's blog we look at coverage on the launch of the new rules and logos to protect British food and drink.
There has been coverage this morning of a warning from the British Poultry Council that 1,000 EU workers are needed to bolster the Christmas turkey supply chain.
There is coverage in the Mirror, Telegraph, Independent, Press Association, Manchester Evening News, Business Recorder, Daily Star, Yorkshire Post and Sky News of a warning issued by WWF, that up to a million tonnes of fishing gear is left in …
In today’s blog we look at coverage of the government’s call for evidence which seeks views on expanding the use of monitoring technology on fishing boats in England.
There has been coverage in the Guardian and ENDS Report of ongoing work by the Environment Agency to examine whether more than 50 sites that supply salad and vegetables to supermarkets and other businesses are discharging chemical pollution into rivers and streams.
The indicators look at the health of our environment, including protected areas, habitat connectivity, marine pollution, air quality, and wildlife.
Yesterday, Environment Secretary George Eustice and Environment Minister Rebecca Pow met with representatives from South Yorkshire to reaffirm their commitment to better protect communities from future flooding.
During the Agriculture Bill’s journey through Parliament, this government has been clear that it will not compromise on our high environmental protection, animal welfare and food standards.
Today (8 October) marks Clean Air Day, a nationwide campaign to raise public awareness of air pollution and promote behaviour change at an individual level to help prevent it.
On today's blog we look into the opening of the third and final round of the Countryside Productivity Small Grants (CPSG) scheme