British troops help to recuse baby elephant in Malawi and the Environment Secretary’s statement on the Natasha Ednan-Laperouse inquest,
National Refill Day and our rebuttal of the Guardian's article on Antimicrobial resistance.
The Environment Secretary has been interviewed by LadBible as part of the countdown to the Illegal Wildlife Trade conference in October.
Government calls for greater ocean protection Today we announced that the government is calling for a third of the world’s oceans to be protected by 2030, trebling internationally-agreed targets for protected areas . The story has been picked up by …
Environment Secretary visits Royal Berkshire Show On Saturday (15 September), the Environment Secretary visited the Royal Berkshire Show, joining local crowds at the Newbury Showground. Speaking to farmers in the Country Land & Business Association tent, the Secretary of State …
The robot revolution growing on the farm On Saturday (15 September) The Times reported on how artificial intelligence (AI) and other advances in technology are helping farmers become more efficient, profitable and environmentally-friendly. Drones, smart sensors and advanced robotics are …
Today we look at the issue of unlabeled hormone-boosted meat entering the UK’s food chain while it is still illegal in the EU.
Today, 5 September, a constructive meeting was held in London between industry representatives from Britain and France on scallop fishing in the English Channel.
Today we report on the confirmed sighting of an Asian Hornet in Cornwall and we look at coverage of business plans announced by UK water companies.
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.