Yesterday, the Telegraph carried a story on the Ivory Act and the potential for unintended consequences for hippos. We are currently consulting on extending our already world-leading ban to include other species, including hippos.
A look into Lord Gardiner visit to Kent last week to see affordable rural homes currently under construction.
In today's blog we look at coverage on the issue of trophy hunting, specifically claiming South African safari operators which allow the hunting and shooting of captive-bred lions are targeting UK tourists.
This evening's blog looks at Minister Coffey's trip today to the Norfolk Show.
Today's blog looks at the new food review being led by Henry Dimbleby and the new 'zero waste' campaign by the Telegraph
In today's blog we look at a new animal sentencing bill that means animal abusers could face up to five years in prison, and the first development to be granted Natural England's great crested newt District Licence.
Today's blog looks at improvement to air quality in the UK and the recent prosecution of waste giant Biffa.
Today's blog takes a closer look at 'Natasha's Law' which will require food businesses to include full ingredients labelling on pre-packaged foods directly for sale.
A look into the first interview with the government’s recently reappointed Tree Champion, Sir William Worsley.
A look into the Which? study which has found that only half of supermarket packaging can be easily recycled.