Today we are looking at media coverage of an amendment to the Environment Bill related to sewage discharges from storm overflows.
Today we are looking at media coverage of our new amendments to help improve and strengthen the Environment Bill.
Environment Minister Rebecca Pow, Environment Agency Chair Emma Howard Boyd and Natural England Chair Tony Juniper visited the River Mimran in Hertfordshire on Friday 15 October for the launch of the Chalk Stream Restoration Strategy. They met with members of …
There has been widespread coverage of the announcement of a package of measures to support the pig industry. This was widely covered in national, regional and trade media, including The Times, The Financial Times, Daily Mail, The Guardian, the I …
In this afternoon's blog we are looking at media coverage of Natasha’s Law which comes into force today.
On Tuesday 28th September 2021, the UK government announced the outcome of EU fishing licence applications. This gained broad coverage across national and trade titles, including a front page splash in the Telegraph. Coverage included outlets such as The Times, …
Today we are looking at media coverage of our plans to unlock the power of gene editing technologies to help our farmers grow more resistant, nutritious and productive crops.
The Wildlife Trusts raise £25m in a year to help aid nature recovery
Positive coverage of Defra’s new Woodlands for Water project which aims to plant over 3,000 trees along England’s rivers, in partnership with the Rivers Trust, National Trust, Woodland Trust and the Beaver Trust.
Today’s blog looks at a new report underlining the need for a joined-up approach to improve river health.
In today’s blog we look at media coverage of the World Health Organization’s updated guidelines for air pollutants.