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Tuesday 19 December: Microbeads, plastic waste and fish restocking

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An imagine of an angler restocking the river with fish

On the blog today, we highlight the recent debate in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords on banning Microbeads , look a the Environment Secretary’s plans to reduce plastic waste and finally we take a peek at the the festive cheer the EA have been spreading across the England's waterways.

Monday 18 December - EU Common Agricultural Policy’s (CAP) , Ipswich’s Tidal Flood Barrier and English Sparkling wine sales soar.

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An image of two Champagne flutes of sparking wine

On our blog today we look at the increasing popularity and rising sales of English Sparkling Wine, highlight the the impressive new Ipswich Tidal Flood Barrier and finally we look at the the latest discussions regarding the EU Common Agricultural Policy’s (CAP)

Wednesday 6 December: Marine plastic in Nairobi, recycling statistics, North Sea fishing negotiations, air quality and Exercise Carta Flame

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An Atlantic cod swimming

On the blog today we cover the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, new recycling statistics, North Sea fishing negotiations, coverage on air quality, and the Environment Agency's Exercise Carta Flame.

Tuesday 5 December: Back the fight against puppy smugglers , Marine plastic, RSPB State of the Birds report, Boston Barrier the New Chief Vet and the Environment Secretary visits Arla

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An image of a dog sat on a pile of leaves

Today's blog includes tips for buying a puppy, an update on what the government is doing to combat marine plastics, highlights from the RSPB's state of the UK's birds report, the announcement of the Boston Barrier flood defence the appointment of a new Chief Veterinary Officer and the Environment Secretary has been to the Arla dairy.

Monday 4 December: ‘Blue Belt’ extended to protect rare seabirds and Chief Vet’s comments on different poultry systems

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An image of a Sandwich tern eating a fish in mid-flight

On the blog today we look at the ‘Blue Belt’ being extended to protect rare seabirds and the Chief Vet’s comments on different poultry systems.