Coverage of our announcement that zoos and aquariums are set to receive up to £100 million to help them continue to care for their animals following the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
The BBC reported yesterday on plastic waste being exported to Turkey and whether materials are being dumped instead of recycled.
On the blog today, we look at coverage of a new initiative to clamp down on old electricals being thrown away, which could save the economy £370 million
Following coverage of the possible link between air pollution and the impact of coronavirus, read about what we’re doing to understand it.
On today's blog we look at wartime memorabilia collectors being jailed for chemical weapons offences and an increase in angling as over quarter of a million fishing licences were sold after lockdown restrictions were lifted.
The Agriculture Bill has taken one step closer towards Royal Assent and we take a look at today’s coverage on the Greenpeace’s report calling the government to ban supertrawlers from fishing in Marine Protected Areas.
There has been national media and broadcast coverage of the Benyon Review into Highly Protected Marine Areas, published today in occasion of World Ocean Day
In today's blog, we look at further coverage of dry weather over the weekend in light of Friday's National Drought Group meeting and new government funding to protect rare wildlife and vulnerable habitats.
In this afternoon's blog we look at BBC coverage on Asian hornets, which are smaller than our native hornet and pose no greater risk to human health than a bee.
In today's blog we look at further national coverage of the cliff collapse on the Isle of Sheppey in Eastchurch, Kent over the weekend leading to the evacuation of twenty homes,