On todays blog, we take a look coverage of the State of Nature campaign to reverse nature’s decline by 2030
Today we look at media coverage of an Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee report on flooding, which has called for better mental health support for people who suffer flooding and for a clearer plan on flood resilience.
In today's blog we look at media coverage of grey squirrel contraceptive projects and how the Roslin Institute's gene drive research is separate from Defra's support to the United Kingdom Squirrel Accord.
In today’s blog, we look at coverage in The Telegraph on the Defra Estate’s recycling rate – but fails to properly reflect the complete picture.
In today’s blog, we respond to the Public Accounts Committee report on government’s action to improve the environment.
In today's blog we look at coverage of the Marine Management Organisation's formal consultation seeking views on proposals to manage activity in four of England’s offshore Marine Protected Areas (MPAs).
In today’s blog we look at the media coverage and Defra group reaction to the Dasgupta Review.
In today's blog we look at exporting live bivalve molluscs harvested in the UK.
There is widespread coverage of our announcement today that householders in flood-hit areas who install property flood resilience measures – such as flood barriers, air brick covers, and flood resistant coatings on walls – could obtain discounted insurance premiums.
There is coverage following our announcement on plans to bring forward legislation to prevent the burning of heather and other vegetation on protected blanket bog habitats.
Today, the International Coffee Organisation (ICO) officially welcomed the UK as its newest individual importing Member. This took place at a virtual ceremony hosted by the ICO. The United Kingdom has completed the process of accession to the ICO and …