In today's blog we look at the Secretary of State's support for British food produce at the Sustainable Food Trust conference, EU restrictions on neonicotinoid pesticides and a number of other topics.
Lord Gardiner removes floating pennywort for Invasive Species Week The Biosecurity Minister Lord Gardiner visited Little Britain lake near Hillingdon today (26 March) as part of Invasive Species Week. There has been coverage in the Daily Telegraph, The Sun, the …
On the blog today we look at Government funding for innovative projects to tackle litter louts, the planting of the first tree of the Northern Forest and a letter from celebrities calling on Government to ban fur imports post-Brexit. We also look at Ofwat's review into last week’s water outages across England and Wales and the Government’s plans to launch a consultation on banning electric shock collars on cats and dogs.
On the blog today we look at the importance of big cats following World Wildlife Day and outline how we are protecting our wildlife with future farming policy.
On today's blog, we take a look at a potential ban on wild animals in circuses, fly-tipping of illegal waste in the countryside and wrapping up today's blog with look at the deposit return scheme.
In today's blog, we look at the boom in UK food and drink exports, Farming Today's forestry week, lobster welfare, the Royal Household's plans to tackle plastic, and air pollution from woodburning stoves.
In today's blog post we update on the new call for evidence on third party puppy sales ban and discuss method of slaughter meat labelling.
Today on the blog we look at the new Animal Welfare code of practice, highlight the first meeting of the New Food and Drink Sector council and finally delve into the Air Quality call for evidence.
Today on the blog, we look at future protections for our environment after Brexit and the welfare of chickens during transportation.
Today on the blog, we outline our position on live animal exports for slaughter and plastic waste produced by supermarkets.