APHA and animal welfare during animal transport Over the last couple of days there have been a number of social media posts about the commercial vessel Jolene which is due to transport live calves from Ramsgate to France on Friday …
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.
Read our response to Sky's Ocean Rescue campaign coverage today.
Today on the blog, we look at new regulations for emissions helping to improve air quality and the UK's position on the EU's
circular economy package.
Today on the blog, we look at future protections for our environment after Brexit and the welfare of chickens during transportation.
Litter Strategy working group and deposit return schemes The Times has today anticipated findings from a working group examining measures to reduce littering and increase recycling of drinks containers in England, including deposit and reward and return schemes.” It was …
Today on the blog, we outline our position on live animal exports for slaughter and plastic waste produced by supermarkets.
Today on the blog we look at a license issued to help hen harriers, a declaration for a new bird flu prevention zone, and more coverage on EU plastic waste.
Today on the blog, we look at the EU's strategy on plastic waste, pledges from Iceland and other businesses to tackle plastic and reusable coffee cups for the Cabinet.
Today's blog includes a correction to claims made that the EU were responsible for the introduction of the 5p carrier bag charge in England and Iceland supermarket's commitment to banish plastic from its products by the end of 2023.
Today on the blog, we look at the waste crime consultation, bird flu in Dorset, Countryside Stewardship Offers and London air quality.