Yesterday Natural England’s Chair Tony Juniper and CEO Marian Spain visited Hampden Bottom Farm in Buckinghamshire to launch the new Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LNRS). Representatives from Buckinghamshire Council were also present, including Cllr Bill Chapple OBE, as well as …
Today we launched a consultation on designating part of the River Wharfe as bathing waters
Broad positive coverage in the press today of our latest data on single-use plastic bags, which shows a 59% drop in sales in the last year alone in main supermarkets.
The Agriculture Bill has completed its Committee Stage in the House of Lords.
Today we look at research by the Pew Charitable Trusts and Commons Seas on the amount of plastic waste expected to be in our oceans by 2040, as well as separate study on the volume of microplastics in the River Thames.
Environment Secretary George Eustice has set out his vision for a green recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
There has been widespread positive coverage of the successful re-introduction of red kites in the Chiltern Hills 30 years ago.
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