The project will examine how to scale-up green social prescribing services in England to help improve mental health outcomes, reduce health inequalities and alleviate demand on the health and social care system.
Over on today's blog, we set out our response to a letter written to the Secretary of State from several food businesses asking for more stringent measures to reduce deforestation in the supply chain.
There is coverage in the Daily Telegraph, Guardian, BBC News, i, Times, and Daily Mail of a National Trust press release outlining pressures they have faced this year in managing the spread of ash dieback, citing resource drain as a …
The Environment Agency's annual environmental performance report shows four out of nine are falling short.
Yesterday the landmark Agriculture Bill completed its final stages in the House of Lords, moving yet another step closer to becoming UK law
Ministers continue fight against plastic waste to protect natural environments and marine wildlife
The responses will be taken into account when the Environment Secretary makes a final decision
There has been widespread positive coverage of yesterday’s announcement of the historic UK-Norway Fisheries Framework Agreement, signed yesterday by Environment Secretary, George Eustice and the Norwegian Ambassador to the UK, Wegger Strømmen. National and regional coverage has appeared in the …
Coverage focuses on claims from the British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums (BIAZA) that the government’s rescue package is inaccessible for most of its members.
In today’s blog, we look at the announcement of the first UK beef exports to the USA in more than 20 years.