We look at media coverage of the food charity network FareShare, which reports it is delivering more than double the usual amount of food to charities supporting vulnerable people.
A look at the widespread coverage this morning on the opportunities for students and furloughed workers to apply for seasonal farm work and our response to a Guardian article on the UK food supply chain.
Our response to calls from 60 conservation organisations, country estates, experts and campaigners for the government to commit to a strategy to reintroduce beavers to England this year.
We look at coverage of Defra’s response to the Environmental Audit Committee’s report into Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) which is out today (13th May).
Today we look at coverage of our new package of support for dairy farmers, including a new dairy hardship fund and government-backed £1 million communications campaign.
In today's blog we look at coverage of the announcement of a £14 million fund to help zoos cover costs relating to animal keeping.
This afternoon we look at Government support for environmental charities during coronavirus.
On Wednesday 29 April the Environmental Audit Committee wrote to the government to highlight concerns recently raised in a National Audit Office report looking at the additional pressures that climate change and population growth are likely to place on our public water supply.
There has been coverage in the Financial Times this morning of the recruitment push needed to enlist the tens of thousands of workers necessary to bring this year’s harvest home.
In today's blog, we look at claims from insect charity Buglife about the potential threat of the invasive New Guinea flatworm entering the country in the soil of potted plant imports.