Environment Agency staff have been working round the clock to respond to environmental incidents across the country, including reports of fish in distress.
This afternoon's blog looks at how the Environment Agency and Defra are working hard to achieve clean water in our rivers and lakes.
Today we look at coverage in the Mail on Sunday and Daily Mirror on UK safety standards restricting the use of medicines for food-producing animals after the EU Exit Transition Period.
The Marine Management Organisation (MMO) continues to work hard to monitor fishing activity in English waters, with dedicated enforcement and surveillance work to protect fisheries, including offshore patrol vessels for at-sea surveillance.
Fishing was one of the first activities to be reintroduced once lockdown restrictions started to ease due to the ability in which you can apply social distancing measures without difficulty.
Last month the Government announced its long term plan to tackle flooding and coastal erosion. This included a raft of policy changes to improve management of the risk of flood and coastal erosion and support coastal authorities.
The successful candidate will oversee the work of the new Office for Environmental Protection.
The Government today confirms beavers will make the River Otter a forever home after successful completion of trial.
Today we’re celebrating the hard work of farmers as part of this year’s ‘24 Hours in farming’ online celebration of British farmers organised by Farmers Guardian together with Morrisons.
Here is the latest information about our project to test for coronavirus in waste water