UK Climate Projections 2018 There has been widespread coverage this morning following the launch of our UK Climate Projections 2018 – the most detailed picture yet of how our climate will change over the next century. UKCP18 is the first …
On the blog today we look at a report that volunteer beach cleaners in Cornwall discovered a 1980s crisp packet and a 1950s washing up liquid bottle.
On the blog today we launch the start of Invasive Species Week, the Environment Minister meets a family attempting to go plastic free and the Rural Payments Agency provides an update on BPS payments.
On the blog today we discuss scrutiny of the Natural Environment and Rural Communities act, Natural England and the launch of Network Rail's new free drinking water fountain at Charing Cross Station.
Spring Statement: Single-use plastics and red diesel There is widespread coverage today including in The Times, BBC online, and The Guardian of the Treasury’s call for evidence on using taxes to address single-use plastic waste - announced in yesterday's Spring …
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.
Today on the blog, coverage of the newly-launched 25 Year Environment Plan.
Today on the blog, Prime Minister Theresa May launches the 25 Year Environment Plan at the London Wetland's Centre.
On the blog today we look at the ‘Blue Belt’ being extended to protect rare seabirds and the Chief Vet’s comments on different poultry systems.
Today on the blog: Environment Secretary Michael Gove addresses the CLA's Rural Business Conference plus five-year licence for glyphosate.