A look into today's coverage of potential impacts for operations of the Thames Barrier.
On this morning's blog we look at the first conviction under Finn’s Law, the Countryside Stewardship Facilitation fund, which is now open for applications, and the fish deaths in the river Sheppey.
Read today's blog to see the Environment Secretary's statement about the situation in Whaley Bridge, the Environment Secretary's recent visit to Countryfile Live and how Defra supports the RSPCA in stamping out illegal puppy trading.
Today's blog looks at the success of the 5p plastic bag charge as the Environment Secretary reveals bag sales are down by 90% since it the charge was introduced. Furthermore, the Rural Payments Agency confirms that overdue agri-environment claims have been fully paid, we provide clarification on government reconsideration of metaldehyde ban and National Parks Minister, Lord Garner, visits New Forest Show.
Coverage of National Heritage Lottery Fund’s announcement of new funding for the Natural England led Dynamic Dunescapes partnership project.
A look into the recent coverage of oak processionary moth.
The future water company plans include commitments to deliver significant projects across England to protect the environment over the next 5 years.
A look into The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall visit to Exmoor National Park to celebrate 70 years of National Parks.
A look into Natural England's plans to open a 23-mile stretch of coast between Calshot and Gosport.
This afternoon's blog looks at the Environment Secretary's keynote speech: If not now, when? and Minister Goodwill's visit to the Fruit Focus Show.