Police are investigating the disappearances of hen harriers in North Yorkshire and appealing for information
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The International Environment Minister hosted winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition at Downing Street
The Animal Welfare (Sentencing) Bill has been reintroduced to the House of Commons.
Government responds to criticisms over new enforcement body's powers
Government introduces landmark Bill to Parliament to tackle the biggest environmental priorities of our time.
Earlier today Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd and Natural England chair Tony Juniper visited a farm in York to see how farmers have been able to improve water quality with the help of our Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF) advisers.
Over the weekend there was positive coverage on the Government’s announcement of a call for evidence on compulsory cat microchipping and extra funding for the Darwin Initiative to support endangered species.
In today's blog we look at the Environment Agency's announcement that it has set itself the aim to become a net zero organisation by 2030.
We look at last night’s BBC 1 One Show which carried a segment on drought, chalk streams and the impact of a changing climate on our water resources.
A look into Tony Juniper's visit to farmers in Wensleydale, who have been working alongside Natural England and Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority on the Payment by Results pilot.