UK Waste Statistics published There is coverage in The Daily Telegraph (p9), The Sun (p24), and the Daily Mail online of the latest Official Statistics on UK household and packaging waste recycling for 2017. The recycling rate for households has …
Tougher labelling laws for allergy sufferers Today we have launched a consultation to strengthen food allergen labelling laws, giving the UK’s two million allergy suffers clearer information on the food they buy. Under current rules, food prepared on the premise …
On today's blog we're looking the Environment Secretary speaking to pupils at Westminster Under School in this morning’s assembly about government’s commitment and action to fight plastic waste.
On today's blog we are looking at the Government's action plan to tackle the threat of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR).
Media coverage of a letter on air quality sent to Bristol City Council.
Environment Minister Therese Coffey attends the Great British Spring Clean 2019 launch.
On today's blog we're looking at media coverage of an important expansion of Poole Harbour’s Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) designation.
On today's blog we're looking at the British Antarctic Survey receiving funding to attach radar devices to albatrosses and the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology working with the RAF to monitor water levels on Akrotiri Salt Lake near the British Air Base on Cyprus, which is home to a flamboyance of flamingoes during rainy periods.
Following a joint investigation between the Environment Agency and Greater Manchester Police, a lorry driver has been jailed for 12 months for dumping 100 tonnes of illegal waste at the site of the Kingfisher Special School, Oldham.
Coverage from The Times on Ben Elliot, the government’s first Food Surplus and Waste Champion, who was recently appointed by the Environment Secretary to help promote awareness of the issue of food waste.
We look at coverage of the Environment Audit Committee’s new ‘Sustainable Seas’ report and the announcement of new movement restrictions on wood to protect against the tree pest – the larger eight-toothed spruce bark beetle.