There has been positive coverage of the launch of the Love Water campaign. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the importance of water and the role everyone plays in protecting it.
Today's blog looks at a poster campaign launched to warn of the threat of African swine fever and raising awareness of the devastation to oak trees caused by oak processionary moth.
Today's blog looks at coverage of new legislation designed to prevent the arrival and spread of the Rose Rosette Virus to the UK, and the publication of landmark Environment Bill positions.
Today Environment Secretary Michael Gove attended the 100th anniversary of the Royal Welsh Show, one of the biggest shows in the agricultural calendar.
A look into the Forestry Commissions’ investigation in to tree felling.
Today's blog looks at the launch of the Seafood Innovation Fund, which will support the UK's technology, fishing and seafood industries to deliver long-term, cutting edge innovation, as well as our £1 million grant to increase the recycling of business waste.
Read more about our conference on Restoring Estuarine and Coastal Habitats in the North East Atlantic hosted by the Environment Agency at the Natural History Museum today.
Today we're looking the Campaign for National Park’s 2019 Park Protector Awards which were held in parliament last night, and Minister Goodwill's visit to the Great Yorkshire Show.
There is coverage this morning on BBC News Online and BBC Radio 4’s Today programme of a new report into the impact of particulate and plastic pollution from brakes, tyres and road wear.
Today we're looking at coverage of a visit by the Chair of Natural England, Tony Juniper, to Bolton Fell Moss Site of Special Scientific Interest to officially declare a new National Nature Reserve in Cumbria – the Bolton Fell and Walton Mosses National Nature Reserve.