In today's (6 January) blog we look at coverage of our tips to sustainably recycle Christmas trees, the opening of the Farming Recovery Fund and the Environment Secretary responding to concerns about fly-tipping.
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Data from the Met Office showing that record temperatures in 2019 have concluded a decade of high temperatures has been covered by the Guardian, BBC News, and the Evening Standard, with Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency, being …
In today’s (2 January) blog we look at national coverage of Animal Welfare Minister Zac Goldsmith's call for pet owners to mark the New Year by microchipping their pets.
In today’s (31 December) blog we reflect on the Year of Green Action 2019, which has encouraged people to take action to enhance, protect and engage with nature.
There is widespread coverage this morning (30 December) of a joint blog written by the respective chairs of Natural England and the Environment Agency looking ahead to climate and nature recovery efforts in 2020.
Defra Group Permanent Secretary Tamara Finkelstein awarded a CB in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list.
This afternoon we're looking at coverage of a new Natural England report highlighting the benefits of the English Coastal Path and the Environment Secretary launching a review into insurance.
Today there has been coverage in the Telegraph of our top tips on how to reduce waste this Christmas.
Today there has been further coverage of the Daily Mail’s Be A Tree Angel campaign which continues to highlight the benefits and importance of trees.
This afternoon we’re looking at coverage of the IPPR North’s call for the Prime Minister to make a commitment to Northern communities at risk of flooding to act now to prevent future flooding, and UK farm income increases by 16%