Today we take a look at world-leading bovine tuberculosis (bTB) TB cattle vaccination trials which are set to get underway in England and Wales as a result of a major breakthrough by government scientists.
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We take a look at an open letter signed by vets, charities and animal-loving celebrities calling for people to watch out for unscrupulous puppy and kitten sellers as part of Defra’s ‘Petfished’ campaign.
Find out more about what the Environment Agency is doing to tackle environmental incidents across England.
A newly published Defra study suggests that exposure to marine and coastal environments has positive effects on well-being.
Environment Secretary George Eustice has set out his vision for a green recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
There has been widespread positive coverage of the successful re-introduction of red kites in the Chiltern Hills 30 years ago.
There has been national coverage of this exciting study to address marine plastic pollution and the impact of human activities on marine life.
The newly completed B-Lines network for England has been launched by conservation charity Buglife with support from Defra.
This morning, there has been widespread positive coverage of the government’s multi-billion pound, long-term plan to tackle flooding, creating a nation that is better protected and more resilient.
A look into an op-ed from Ministers Pow and Goldsmith in The Telegraph which reaffirms our continued commitment to crack down on single use plastics.
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