Minister Goldsmith supports the ABTA’s new guidelines on elephant welfare in the tourism industry and guidance is published on the steps businesses will need to take to import or export animals or animal products.
There was widespread and positive coverage on Saturday of the independent Landscapes Review commissioned by Defra into the running of England’s National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Today's blog looks at the opening of a £2 million fund which will help farmers affected by this summer’s flooding.
Our response to coverage today of a new report from the RSPB, National Trust and the Wildlife Trusts.
Our response to an article in the Times claiming that role-play scenarios and “community operas” are part of official proposals to help coastal towns and villages understand the risks they face from flooding and coastal erosion due to climate change.
Our response to the Independent's report that Britain’s largest café chain, Costa Coffee, ‘obstructively lobbied’ the government against introducing a charge for single-use coffee cups.
In today's blog, Defra refutes a number of the broadcaster’s claims, featured in this morning’s newspapers, and we look at Natural England's publication of the badger control licences.
Today's blog looks at the publication of an updated welfare code for pigs which will provide guidance to pig producers on how to practise the highest standards of animal welfare.
Response to coverage on the humanness and efficacy of the badger cull from the weekend.
Top chefs, restaurants and industry bodies come together to take food waste off the menu this September.