On today's blog we look at the International Day for the Conservation of Mangroves, a 44-mile public path opening on the North East coastline, the EAC's report on heatwaves, dividends for water company shareholders and food stockpiling.
In today's blog we talk about biosecurity, packaging waste, food safety post Brexit, sale of fur, United Utilities and the Environment Agency's dry weather response
On today's blog we're looking at this year's Big Butterfly Count, the UK, France, Germany and Luxembourg calling on the EU to restrict ivory trading and Minister Coffey's announcement of £40m extra funding for flood protection.
Prime Minister announces Environment Bill The Prime Minister has announced the Government will bring forward the first Environment Bill in over 20 years. Theresa May confirmed the Bill at a Liaison Committee of Select Committee Chairs hearing on Wednesday. The …
On today's blog we look at the Environment Secretary's support for the #YourHarvest campaign and the Environment Agency's regulation of emissions from incinerator plants.
On today's blog we look at commonwealth countries unite against plastic pollution and the United Utilities temporary use ban.
On today's blog we look at recycled plastics being used for sportswear, plans for a sustainable fishing industry, the pension deficits of ten water companies nearly doubling in the last year and Incineration of waste and household recycling.
On today's blog we're looking at Morrisons announcing a trial deposit return scheme (DRS) for plastic bottles, Bees Needs week and the Environment Agency's publication of their annual report.
Information on how we share air pollution alerts and further coverage of yesterday's EFRA committee session on water regulation.
Coverage on fly tipping in the Times, Darwin Plus now open for its latest funding round and Dame Glenys Stacey on Farming Today.