In today's blog, we look at the Environment Agency's newly-launched fishing licence images.
New powers in the Environment Bill will enable ministers to more easily ban or restrict single-use plastic items.
In today's blog we look at our bold action to cut pollution from household burning, which has been identified by the World Health Organisation as the most harmful air pollutant for human health.
Today's blog looks at the expansion of the Seasonal Workers Pilot to 10,000 workers from outside the EU to help farmers in the edible horticulture sector pick and gather the 2020 harvest.
Today's blog looks at recent coverage in The Times and City AM on sausage exports to the EU
In today’s blog, Environment Minister Rebecca Pow and Natural England Chair Tony Juniper welcome a study published into the impact of beavers on the River Otter in Devon
Ministers hear from groups with major interest in the government’s new Environment and global ocean protection.
Today's blog looks at the work of the government and councils to tackle the scourge of fly-tipping and organised waste crime, as well as our response to the Times' analysis of our Environment Bill
This afternoon we detail how our Environment, Agriculture and Fisheries Bills will be the cornerstone of our work to lead the world on the environment.
Today the Environment Secretary visited parts of Yorkshire affected by recent flooding caused by Storm Ciara.