Today we are looking at a media interview on Tony Juniper’s recent reappointment as Natural England chair. There is positive coverage today in the Guardian following Tony Juniper’s recent reappointment as Chair of Natural England. Tony Juniper was interviewed on …
Today we are looking at the Government’s new plans to tackle waste crime and support people and businesses to ensure their waste is managed properly.
In today’s blog, we look at legislation laid on Thursday that shortens the time it will take researchers to conduct gene editing trials on plants.
On the 18th of January we announced that the UK Government and Devolved Governments are now seeking views on the Joint Fisheries Statement (JFS). The JFS sets out the legally binding policies which the UK Government and Devolved Governments will follow, at a UK level and individually, as they work together to deliver world-class sustainable fisheries and aquaculture management.
Today’s blog looks at a report from Windrush Against Sewage Pollution on illegal sewage spills.
Yesterday (13 January), Environment Secretary George Eustice joined Dame Joanna Lumley at Alford’s Technologies to observe a demonstration of high order detonation (explosion) and low order deflagration methods of removing unexploded ordnance (munitions). This received coverage in the Express, Sun, Daily Mail and on ITV News.
A look into today's coverage on how the Environment Agency responds to pollution incidents .
On today's blog we look into coverage of our consultation to ensure wildlife can be better protected and enhanced in developments.
Today’s blog looks at coverage of the Public Accounts Committee’s report on the environmental land management schemes, published on 9 January.
UK secures £190m worth of fishing opportunities for fishing industry