In today's blog we look at media coverage of the new campaign ‘Plant For Our Planet’ and announcement of over £8 million for international conservation projects.
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In today’s blog, we look at coverage on cases of brucella canis in imported rescue dogs.
In today’s blog, we look at the launch of a new call for evidence on the fur trade
Today we are looking at media coverage of the launch of the annual Great British Spring Clean.
In today’s blog, we look at our announcement on the next phase of the Government’s strategy to eradicate TB
Today we are looking at media coverage of the Environment Bill following its return to Parliament ahead of Royal Assent in the Autumn.
The Environment Secretary George Eustice today met Joanna Lumley to discuss ways in which they can work together to reduce the impact that clearing unexploded bombs can have on marine mammals. Joanna Lumley is a supporter of the StopSeaBlasts campaign …
There is coverage today of the Environment Agency’s roadmap to hit net zero as an organisation by 2030. The Evening Standard, Construction News and various local outlets report that low-carbon concrete will be used for flood defences, a move that will help reduce emissions by 45%.
The extension of the highly successful charge is projected to reduce sales further by 70-80% in smal and medium sized retailers.
There has been widespread positive coverage this week of our plans to restore nature and safeguard our environment for future generations.
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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.
The blog features a review of our leading media stories, rebuttal of inaccurate comment, and updates about our campaigns and stories.
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