Today, there has been widespread coverage on the front page of the Guardian, as well as in the Financial Times, BBC Online, the Independent, the Evening Standard, the Daily Telegraph the Daily Star, and trade coverage in Farmers Weekly, Horticulture …
There has been widespread media coverage of the Environment Secretary’s announcement that he will bring forward proposals to raise the civil penalty for water companies who pollute the environment by 1,000-fold - from £250,000 to up to £250 million.
There has been extensive coverage across national and regional media around the high number of crab and lobster deaths that occurred in the North East last year, following the publication of a new study. It has yet to be peer …
There is inaccurate coverage in the Daily Mail and Independent on Government’s tree planting targets.
There has been significant media attention this weekend, including in the Financial Times, Times, and the Telegraph, focused on comments from environmental groups such as the RSPB, Wildlife Trusts, National Trust, Green Alliance and Wildlife and Countryside Link. These organisations …
Today we look at coverage of our announcement of the Rural England Prosperity Fund and the second annual rural proofing report.
In today’s blog we look at the publication of a new guide to support landowners and charities with the threat of avian influenza
In today’s blog we look at the action being taken to protect peatlands
There is inaccurate coverage in the Daily Mail today on Defra’s involvement in a research paper published in Vet Record.
Today we are looking at media coverage of Natural England's announcement of hen harrier breeding statistics.
Untreated sewage can be devastating to human health, local biodiversity and our environment. Water companies must take urgent action to address sewage discharges. That’s why we are already taking action.