Yesterday Natural England’s Chair Tony Juniper and CEO Marian Spain visited Hampden Bottom Farm in Buckinghamshire to launch the new Local Nature Recovery Strategy (LRNS). Representatives from Buckinghamshire Council were also present, including Cllr Bill Chapple OBE, as well as …
There has been widespread coverage today of the Public Accounts Committee’s report - “England faces serious risk of running out of water within 20 years”.
A look into our response to a report issued by the Wildlife Trust today, which suggests pesticide use should be reduced in order to protect pollinators.
The Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty will be expanded by around 38 square kilometres, taking in a rich tapestry of attractive river valleys, ancient woodland, reed beds, wildlife-rich estuaries, and windswept beaches.
Today, the Agriculture Bill will return to the House of Lords for the next stage in its journey to becoming law.
The countdown begins to the Great British September Clean as ministers urge the public to take part in step with social distancing
Yesterday (2 July), Defra announced that the Fisheries Bill has been introduced to the House of Commons, after passing Third Reading in the Lords on 1 July.
There has been further coverage today in the Guardian and Express on Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs), which occur during heavy rainfall.
The Eurasian Beavers were welcomed back to Essex in 2019 for the first time in 400 years to help reduce flood risk in Finchingfield.
Yesterday (July 30) we annnounced a fund of up to £40 million to create jobs in nature recovery and conservation to kickstart the nation’s green recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. The ‘Green Recovery Challenge Fund’ will help conservation organisations and …
Media coverage has increased in recent days of litter being dropped in green and open spaces and more people use them.