Today we're looking at widespread media of the flooding caused by torrential rain which has been affecting all parts of the UK this week.
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The Duke of Sussex has been in Malawi to see rangers and the British Army training to tackle the Illegal Wildlife Trade.
Following an Environment Agency investigation, a court has ordered Biffa to pay £599,912 for breaching export regulations.
There has been widespread positive national coverage today of new national guidelines released today (27 September) on how best to manage roadside verges to encourage wild flowers and the wildlife they support.
Government wants to see garden material being reused or composted, rather than ending up in landfill. Today's blog looks at our response to an article in the Telegraph, as well as the IPCC Oceans report.
This morning The Financial Times speculated on how new agricultural policy could reduce support for farmers at the same time as new trade deals and tariffs might threaten the competiveness of UK agri-food products. The journalist spoke to the National …
Yesterday ten countries signed up to the UK-led 30by30 initiative, pushing for at least 30 per cent of the global ocean to be protected in Marine Protected Areas by 2030.
Minister Goldsmith supports the ABTA’s new guidelines on elephant welfare in the tourism industry and guidance is published on the steps businesses will need to take to import or export animals or animal products.
There was widespread and positive coverage on Saturday of the independent Landscapes Review commissioned by Defra into the running of England’s National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Today's blog looks at the opening of a £2 million fund which will help farmers affected by this summer’s flooding.