Today we are looking at media coverage of the Chief Medical Officer’s annual report on air pollution.
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Today we are looking at media coverage of NFU comments on food supply and security.
Today we are looking at media coverage of the UK attending the first Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee (INC) meeting to negotiate the new legally binding treaty on plastic pollution that was held in Uruguay.
Today we are looking at media coverage of our National Tree Week announcements.
Under new plans, money from water company fines will be invested directly back into environmental and water quality improvement projects.
Today we are looking at our new protection for Welsh Leeks.
Today we are looking at media coverage of new Government funding for woodlands.
There has been a widespread of coverage across the UK following our announcement that £20 million of funding has been awarded to winning seafood projects.
This government wants clean and safe rivers, lakes and seas, and we have been clear that we will hold water companies to account if they do not comply with our environmental regulations.
There has been further coverage of some supermarkets reporting shortages in supplies of eggs, following the avian influenza outbreak and rising costs for farmers due to the war in Ukraine.
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Defra in the Media is run by the Defra group Press Office and is our review of Defra group stories in the news.
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- Coverage of the Chief Medical Officer’s air pollution annual report December 8, 2022
- Food supply and food security December 6, 2022
- UK pushes for ambitious and effective global plastic treaty at first negotiations meeting December 5, 2022
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