There has been news reporting of our ban on horticultural peat. In 2011 we agreed to a voluntary phase out of the sale of peat and peat-containing products by 2020, and repeatedly stated that we would legislate if this was …
Today, we are looking at coverage following the airing of the first episode of BBC Wild Isles.
Today our media blog addresses speculative coverage on the governments position on fur and foie gras.
Today’s blog focuses on coverage around bird flu ‘spilling over’ into mammals.
There has been speculative coverage in the Telegraph and Guardian today on potential changes to free-range egg rules in response to bird flu outbreaks. We are experiencing our largest ever outbreak of avian influenza and housing measures remain in force …
There has been coverage following the Environment Agency’s publication of updated River Basin Management Plans for England, which incorrectly claims that the target for Good status of England’s water bodies has moved back to 2063.
Today we are looking at media coverage on the COP15 Global Biodiversity framework agreement to protect nature.
Today we are looking at coverage in the Guardian of the new Environment Agency report which evaluates the impact of our national Natural Flood Management Programme.
Today we are looking at media coverage of the Chief Medical Officer’s annual report on air pollution.
Today we are looking at media coverage of NFU comments on food supply and security.