There is coverage in The Telegraph of a letter from the Environment Secretary to Giles Roca, the chief executive of the British Fur Trade Association (BFTA), on the future of UK fur trading.
Results show collective action is needed to improve the health of England’s rivers, lakes, canals, coastal waters and groundwaters
There has been coverage in The Times, the Guardian, The i and multiple regional outlets of an RSPB report claiming that efforts to protect British wildlife have suffered a “lost decade” because of a failure by the government to meet agreed UN ‘Aichi’ Biodiversity Targets.
Last night’s BBC Countryfile featured a project on the River Trent being managed by a partnership between the Environment Agency and Staffordshire Wildlife Trust.
Yesterday Environment Minister Rebecca Pow and Natural England Chair Tony Juniper visited Warblington Farm in Havant, to launch a trailblazing scheme backed by £3.9 million of governed funding.
This afternoon (Tuesday 8 September), the Chief Executive of the Environment Agency (EA) Sir James Bevan has made a major speech to coincide with the publication of the EA’s new report, ‘The State of the Environment: health people and the environment'.
There has been widespread coverage today following Natural England’s publication of this year’s badger control licenses.
Today's blog looks at air pollution and the UN's International Day for Clean Air for blue skies.
Our announcement to extend the charge to all retailers and increase it to 10p from April 2021 has received widespread positive reaction.
Today's blog looks at media coverage of our consultation on a world-leading new law to protect rainforests and clean up the UK’s supply chains