Today we look at coverage of the UK’s first major domestic fisheries legislation in nearly 40 years.
Today we look at coverage in the Times, Telegraph, and the Guardian of conservation charities calling for a ban on the use of peat in compost.
There has been coverage in the Times and the Independent of the latest Forestry Commission data showing that tree planting with government support in England has fallen this year.
In today’s blog, the Environment Secretary clarifies his comments made on the Andrew Marr Show at the weekend.
There is coverage this morning of the Agriculture Bill passing into law yesterday to become the Agriculture Act 2020
There was widespread coverage this morning following a decision from the UK’s Chief Vet yesterday to declare an Avian Influenza Prevention Zone across the whole of England.
Environment Secretary George Eustice and International Trade Secretary Liz Truss have confirmed that the Trade and Agriculture Commission will be put on a statutory footing going forward.
There has been further critical coverage in the Times about the Environment Agency, with an article in today’s paper on sewage discharges into the River Thames from Mogden Sewage Works
The Environment Bill will establish a new independent environmental regulator, the Office for Environmental Protection.
Today, the Marine Management Organisation launched a call for evidence, seeking views on proposals to better safeguard marine habitats.