Today's blog looks at our commitment to delivering a Green Brexit as well as the issues of air pollution and plastic straws.
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We look at how the UK government is successfully supporting the protection of elephants on this year's World Elephant Day.
In today's blog we discuss calls for the government to launch a review of driven grouse shooting, and look at the success of this year's hen harrier breeding season.
In today's blog we look at Lord Gardiner's visit to the Yorkshire Dales following the recent flooding in the area, and the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy have announced funding for ten businesses developing green alternatives to plastic bottles, cosmetic beads and synthetic materials.
Today, there has been claims that Natural England is “crowdfunding” to deliver its statutory functions. These claims are simply untrue.
On today's blog we look at research on the link between air pollution and asthma and the UN climate change report.
On this afternoon’s blog the Environment Secretary welcomes news that the residents of Whaley Bridge are able to return to their homes following damage to Toddbrook Reservoir last week.
A look into today's coverage of potential impacts for operations of the Thames Barrier.
On this morning's blog we look at the first conviction under Finn’s Law, the Countryside Stewardship Facilitation fund, which is now open for applications, and the fish deaths in the river Sheppey.
Today's blog focuses on the Environment Secretary's praise for the Daily Mirror's campaign to raise awareness of trophy hunting, and includes an update on the situation at Whaley Bridge