Last Friday, Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey visited the North West of England to met with the local Environment Agency (EA) team and representatives from United Utilities (UU) to discuss the effects that dry weather has had on the regions water supply.
Scallop fishing in the English Channel There has been widespread national coverage regarding a recent dispute between UK and French fishermen over access to scallop fishing in the Baie de Seine area of the English Channel. Reports of aggression and …
Coverage of the health impacts from air pollution, thoughts from the new Natural England deputy chairman, the government announces a ban on the sale of shock collars and how the price of food could be impacted byt the long hot summer.
The publication of two ‘no deal’ technical notices relating to farming, and a multi-million pound export boost as China agrees to import UK dairy products made with milk from third countries.
No deal technical notices published The government has published a series of technical notices today, which provide detail on how UK businesses and individuals should prepare in the unlikely event of a ‘no deal Brexit’. These include notices on payments to …
Our announcement of a consultation to ban the third party sales of puppies and kittens and a New Civil Engineer interview with Sir James Bevan, Chief Executive of the Environment Agency.
Coverage in the i and Guardian about the reopening of a market for British lamb to Saudi Arabia and a Financial Times article on the quality of London's air.
On today's blog we look at how beavers in the Forest of Dean are settling in to their new home, and badgers in hot weather.
Michael Gove visits Hadrian’s Wall as part of #NationalParksWeek Yesterday the Environment Secretary Michael Gove visited the iconic Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland National Park to kick-start National Parks Week, highlighting his commitment to ensure our cherished landscapes are not only …
Today on the blog, we look at the continued coverage of the CO2 shortage.