There has been widespread positive coverage of yesterday’s announcement of the historic UK-Norway Fisheries Framework Agreement, signed yesterday by Environment Secretary, George Eustice and the Norwegian Ambassador to the UK, Wegger Strømmen. National and regional coverage has appeared in the …
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.
Today on the blog, we look at the continued coverage of the CO2 shortage.
On the blog today we respond to George Monbiot's opinion piece in the Guardian on the natural world and look at the continued coverage of the CO2 shortage.
On today's blog we look at new measures to tackle illegal waste crime and China's decision to lift a ban on exports of British beef.
Extension to the Countryside Stewardship deadline and new videos to help farmers improve soil health.
Defra's new horse microchipping law in England.