International Tiger Day, Plastic bag sales drop, Natural England Chair speaks at Game Fair and Environment Secretary calls in Water Bosses to explain leakage failures - Monday 30 July

On today's blog we're looking at International Tiger Day promoting efforts to conserve the big cat, the drop in plastic bag sales, the Natural England chair speaking at the Game Fair and the Environment Secretary calling in Water Bosses to …

International Day for the Conservation of Mangroves, a 44-mile public path opens on the North East coastline, the EAC's report on heatwaves, dividends for water company shareholders and food stockpiling and badgers in hot weather - Thursday 26 July

On today's blog we look at the International Day for the Conservation of Mangroves, a 44-mile public path opening on the North East coastline, the EAC's report on heatwaves, dividends for water company shareholders and food stockpiling.

Michael Gove visits Hadrian's Wall, Beavers in the Forest of Dean, EA response to dry weather, Leeds and flood defence scheme, EAC on the 25 Year Environment Plan - Tuesday 24 July

Northumberland National Park

Michael Gove visits Hadrian’s Wall as part of #NationalParksWeek Yesterday the Environment Secretary Michael Gove visited the iconic Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland National Park to kick-start National Parks Week, highlighting his commitment to ensure our cherished landscapes are not only …

Don’t Risk It this summer, Government response to the NAO report on packaging waste, Food safety control checks at the border after Brexit, EFRA report on the sale of fur, United Utilities bosses set to receive £181m and Environment Agency dry weather incident response - Monday 23 July

Picture of tulips

In today's blog we talk about biosecurity, packaging waste, food safety post Brexit, sale of fur, United Utilities and the Environment Agency's dry weather response