On todays blog, we take a look coverage of the State of Nature campaign to reverse nature’s decline by 2030
Today we look at widespread national and regional coverage of the government’s plans for the next phase of its strategy to eradicate bovine tuberculosis in England by 2038.
In today's blog we provide further guidance for businesses on which products require Export Health Certificates, how to get one, what to do once its been certified and other support available for the export sector.
As the Government confirms the Environment Bill will be carried over to the next parliamentary session, we look into the next steps for the landmark Bill.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has today (25 January) announced a new international coalition to tackle the impacts of climate change. The news has been covered by Reuters and France24, among other outlets.
Today The Guardian has reported on the condition of flood defences across England, stating that thousands of people and businesses are ‘at risk from ruined assets’. However, the article did not recognise that when defences are listed as below the required condition it does not necessarily mean that they have structurally failed, or that performance in a flood is compromised.
The Government's commitment to ban plastic waste exports to non-OECD countries goes further than the EU’s ban on Y48 plastics, and work is underway to make this happen.
We look at coverage of an update from the Storm Overflows Taskforce on its long term goal and new commitments from the water industry to increase transparency around storm overflows.
In today's blog we look at coverage of our announcement of up to £23m to support fishing businesses.
We have provided a response regarding the Envionment Agency’s responsibilties for regulating landfill sites.
This morning, there is coverage on the condition of flood defences across England, following an appearance by the Environment Agency’s Chief Executive, Sir James Bevan before Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee of MPs on Thursday.