Those caught fly-tipping can be given an unlimited fine and face five years in prison.
The Environment Agency’s Chair, Emma Howard Boyd, has written to the Times in response to its reports on the agency’s approach to environmental regulation.
Today's blog looks at Natural Capital Committee’s final response to the 25 Year Environment Plan Progress and The Telegraph's coverage of our scheme creating more meanders in the river to boost wildlife and reduce flooding
In today's blog we look at coverage on the launch of the new rules and logos to protect British food and drink.
There has been coverage this morning of a warning from the British Poultry Council that 1,000 EU workers are needed to bolster the Christmas turkey supply chain.
In today’s blog we look at coverage of the government’s call for evidence which seeks views on expanding the use of monitoring technology on fishing boats in England.
Yesterday, Environment Secretary George Eustice and Environment Minister Rebecca Pow met with representatives from South Yorkshire to reaffirm their commitment to better protect communities from future flooding.
The Environment Agency's annual environmental performance report shows four out of nine are falling short.
Yesterday the landmark Agriculture Bill completed its final stages in the House of Lords, moving yet another step closer to becoming UK law
Ministers continue fight against plastic waste to protect natural environments and marine wildlife