We have provided a response regarding the Envionment Agency’s responsibilties for regulating landfill sites.
Today we look at coverage in the Independent online of a joint article authored by Natural England chair Tony Juniper, Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd, and Forestry Commission chair Sir William Worsley.
Today an interim system for registering complaints against public bodies suspected of failing to meet environmental law has gone live.
The Scottish government and the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation have raised concerns over the UK-EU agreement.
Heavy and persistent overnight rain has led to around 90 properties being flooded in Cambridgeshire, Lincolnshire, and Suffolk, with many more properties being protected by Environment Agency defences.
Our announcement confirmed that the number of workers permitted to travel to the UK to pick and package fruit and vegetables under the Seasonal Workers Pilot will be tripled next year.
Today we look at widespread national and regional coverage of the government’s plans to make cat microchipping compulsory in England.
Today we’re looking at coverage of the River Wharfe being added to the list of bathing waters in England from 2021, helping to ensure the water is cleaner and safer for swimmers.
The Coroner’s inquest into the role of air pollution in the death of Ella Adoo-Kissi-Debrah, who died in 2013, has concluded today.
Today we look at how the UK became one of the first countries in the world to fulfil a key commitment of the Paris Agreement.
In today’s blog we look at an interview with Forestry Commission Chair Sir William Worsley for a Channel 4 feature on peat bogs.