BBC Breakfast ran a story this morning about an innovative Environment Agency scheme in Cumbria which is making use of discarded Christmas trees to help prevent flooding and erosion.
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Following Environment Secretary Michael Gove’s visit to the Oxford Farming Conference, there has been widespread coverage of his keynote speech.
The Environment Secretary speaks at the Oxford Farming Conference and The Times on megafarms.
Environment Secretary welcomes results of supermarket Iceland's bottle return scheme.
We look at coverage of the Food Waste Champion, the launch of the consultation to protect our urban trees, and how 2018 was a good year for animal welfare.
Coverage in the Yorkshire Post on the Leeds Flood Alleviation Scheme.
There is widespread coverage of Japan’s decision to leave the International Whaling Commission (IWC). The Times, Guardian and Daily Mail praise the Environment Secretary Michael Gove for joining international condemnation of Japan’s decision.
Widespread national coverage on the confirmation by government that it will be banning third party sales of puppies and kittens, known as Lucy’s Law.
Environment Minister welcomes expansion of disposable cup recycling scheme.
Introducing the Ivory Act and coverage on the EU and single-use plastics.
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