On today's blog we look at the Environment Secretary's attendance at Countryfile Live and the NFU agricultural drought summit.
Hen Harrier breeding success, water companies and their performance and incorrect news on food stockpiling.
On today's blog we look at the work that is being done to protect puffins during National Marine Week which celebrates the UK’s rich marine life and habitats.
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 …
On today's blog we look at plastic bag sales in 'big seven' supermarkets down 86% since the 5p charge was introduced, £45 million additional funding to boost rural broadband and improving air quality.
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.
On today's blog we look at how beavers in the Forest of Dean are settling in to their new home, and badgers in hot weather.
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 …
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
On today's blog we're looking at this year's Big Butterfly Count, the UK, France, Germany and Luxembourg calling on the EU to restrict ivory trading and Minister Coffey's announcement of £40m extra funding for flood protection.