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Thursday 15 February: Canada visit, waste incineration, air quality and Supreme Court ruling

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Minister Coffey meets Canada’s Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna.

On today's blog we look at Minister Coffey's visit to Canada to discuss how we can turn the tide on plastic use; we respond to coverage on councils incinerating waste; we examine newly released emission statistics and we set out the Environment Agency's response to a Supreme Court ruling.

Monday 12 February: Food and drink exports, forestry, lobster welfare, plastics across the Royal Estates, and air pollution from wood burners

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Photo of raspberries and blueberries

In today's blog, we look at the boom in UK food and drink exports, Farming Today's forestry week, lobster welfare, the Royal Household's plans to tackle plastic, and air pollution from woodburning stoves.

Wednesday 7 February: farming productivity, Xylella, plastic waste, and deposit return schemes

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New £60 million fund for farming productivity Today Minister Eustice announced a new  £60 million grant scheme for farmers to bid for cash to buy new farm equipment at this year’s Dairy Tech event in Stoneleigh. Speaking to the audience …

Monday 5 February: Environment Secretary's Scotland visit, emissions from ships, and bird flu

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Secretary of State meets farmers, growers and rural businesses in visit to Scotland Environment Secretary Michael Gove spent an action-packed three days in Scotland this weekend, visiting a number of businesses and operations important to the Scottish rural economy. Attending …