Coverage of our consultation on banning plastic straws, cotton-buds, and stirrers.
New £60 million fund for farming productivity Today Minister Eustice announced a new £60 million grant scheme for farmers to bid for cash to buy new farm equipment at this year’s Dairy Tech event in Stoneleigh. Speaking to the audience …
Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey have joined MPs from across the country today to sign a pledge to #PassOnPlastic and reduce consumption of single-use plastics like straws, coffee cups and carrier bags. This forms part of …
Secretary of State meets farmers, growers and rural businesses in visit to Scotland Environment Secretary Michael Gove spent an action-packed three days in Scotland this weekend, visiting a number of businesses and operations important to the Scottish rural economy. Attending …
In today's blog post we update on the new £10m Salford flood defence scheme and respond to coverage about the Natural Capital Committee's views on the 25-Year Environment Plan.
On today's blog we look at the Norfolk Farming Conference, animal sentience, recycling regulations, and British exports of beef to China.
Today on the blog we look at Air Quality , Pesticides in food and Environment Agency makes Stonewall Top 100 List
Today on the blog we look at the new Animal Welfare code of practice, highlight the first meeting of the New Food and Drink Sector council and finally delve into the Air Quality call for evidence.
On the blog today, we take a look at Plastic Recycling, Animal Sentience, Countryside Stewardship and the BPS bridging payments
Today on the blog, the Environment Agency Chief Executive, Sir James Bevan, opens a new flood defence in Warrington.
Today on the blog, we look at a new network to refill water bottles across England and Sheffield's new flood defence scheme is opened.