Ofwat has confirmed a final package of investment from water companies to deliver lasting environmental improvements.
This afternoon’s blog looks at media coverage of the Environment Agency’s annual assessment of the environmental performance of England’s water companies.
In today's blog we look at widespread coverage of the Forestry Commission's England Woodland Creation Offer, which provides greater financial incentives for landowners and farmers to plant and manage trees.
In today’s blog, we look at the Sunday Times coverage around gene editing.
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 an interim system for registering complaints against public bodies suspected of failing to meet environmental law has gone live.
There is coverage in today’s Daily Telegraph, Times, and BusinessGreen reporting on the National Audit Office’s (NAO) report suggesting that government will need to go further to achieve commitments made in its 25 Year Environment Plan (25YEP).
In today’s blog we look at coverage of the Government’s new law which will make it illegal for larger businesses to use products unless they comply with local laws to protect natural areas.
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.
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 …