In today's blog we look at the Environment Agency's announcement that it has set itself the aim to become a net zero organisation by 2030.
We look at last night’s BBC 1 One Show which carried a segment on drought, chalk streams and the impact of a changing climate on our water resources.
Government response to suggestions that fish exports to the EU grinding to a halt within 48hrs after Brexit.
In today's blog, we look at coverage of chalk streams in the Mail on Sunday.
Today we're looking at coverage in the Telegraph of the first High-Level Conference on the Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) being held in Lima, Peru.
Today we're looking at widespread media of the flooding caused by torrential rain which has been affecting all parts of the UK this week.
The Duke of Sussex has been in Malawi to see rangers and the British Army training to tackle the Illegal Wildlife Trade.
Following an Environment Agency investigation, a court has ordered Biffa to pay £599,912 for breaching export regulations.
Government wants to see garden material being reused or composted, rather than ending up in landfill. Today's blog looks at our response to an article in the Telegraph, as well as the IPCC Oceans report.
This morning The Financial Times speculated on how new agricultural policy could reduce support for farmers at the same time as new trade deals and tariffs might threaten the competiveness of UK agri-food products. The journalist spoke to the National …