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 …
On today's blog we look at the new EA Water Company Environmental Performance Report, a new scheme to fight plastic pollution on St Helena and breeding success for Hen Harriers in the Peak District National Park.
Environment Secretary meets Javier Bardem to discuss marine protection Yesterday (Monday), the Environment Secretary met with Oscar-winning actor Javier Bardem to discuss protections for penguin breeding colonies in Antarctica. Javier Bardem is an Antarctic Ambassador with Greenpeace, and supports their …
Natural England's Monitoring of Engagement with the Natural Environment Report, the launch of Bees' Needs Week and a rebuttal into the Independent's piece on badger control.
Lord Gardiner at Rural Housing Week and the Environment Agency's fish rescue on the River Teme on our afternoon blog today.
Coverage ahead of National Meadows Day 2018, Ministers meet to discuss a UK-wide approach to DRS, coverage ahead of Bees' Needs Week and work begins on the new Perry Barr and Witton flood scheme
On today's blog we look at Ivory ban could protect hippos, walruses and narwhals and UK signs Coral Reef Life Declaration
George Monbiot writes in the Guardian today raising concern over the functions of Natural England. He cites the recent House of Lords NERC Act 2006 committee report that highlighted reductions to the budget of Natural England. The government responded to …
On today's blog we look at the publication of the fisheries white paper, Asian Hornets, Ofwat announcement of new requirements for water companies and challenges for rural areas.
On today's blog we look at 100 days until the London Illegal Wildlife Trade conference and the Moorland Wildfires.
On today's blog we look at 'Lucy's Law' and puppy welfare. The Environment Secretary has confirmed that the Government will publish a consultation on this topic later this summer.