Today marks the second International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies – a global awareness-raising day led by the United Nations with a call to action to collectively align efforts and facilitate actions to improve air quality.
In today's blog we look at media coverage of our annual projections of UK air pollutant emissions.
As part of its ‘Clean Air For All’ campaign, the Times (online) has published an interview with the Environment Secretary Michael Gove and the Health Secretary Matt Hancock. The Times mistakenly claims the Environment Secretary “rejected” the paper’s calls for …
Today there is coverage in several outlets following an interview with Professor Paul Cosford Public Health England’s medical director, coinciding with the publication of their ‘Review of interventions to improve outdoor air quality and public health’.
On today's blog we're looking at Year of Green Action ambassadors, Government action to improve air quality: response to Friends of the Earth analysis and Schools and communities receiving a million free tree saplings.
Today's blog looks at the coverage of a recent Unicef report on air quality and our latest guidance on geographical indications.
Media coverage of a letter on air quality sent to Bristol City Council.
A new Statutory Instrument introduced in Parliament to tighten measures around the import of olive trees and our rebuttal to the Guardian's article on air pollution.
On the second edition on today's blog we clarify our position on a story in The i on emissions, and cover British Spirits and Sparkling Wine Week.
On today's blog we look at £6 million more to tackle the Illegal Wildlife Trade ahead of a major London conference and the government's action on air quality.