In today's blog we look at the government's marine commitments as the UK advances its role as a global leader in marine protection.
Today we are looking at media coverage of the return of the Environment Bill to Parliament ahead of Royal Assent in the Autumn.
In today's blog we look at coverage of the Environment Secretary's speech at the NFU Live conference yesterday (Tuesday 23 February).
Today we look at media coverage of an Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee report on flooding, which has called for better mental health support for people who suffer flooding and for a clearer plan on flood resilience.
Today we look at coverage in the Independent online of a joint article authored by Natural England chair Tony Juniper, Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd, and Forestry Commission chair Sir William Worsley.
Today we look at how the UK became one of the first countries in the world to fulfil a key commitment of the Paris Agreement.
In today's blog we look at the BBC's Panorama documentary and its coverage of the impact that last winter’s flooding had on communities across the UK.
Today we look at coverage in the Times, Telegraph, and the Guardian of conservation charities calling for a ban on the use of peat in compost.
On today's blog we look at research on the link between air pollution and asthma and the UN climate change report.
There has been positive coverage of the launch of the Love Water campaign. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the importance of water and the role everyone plays in protecting it.