In today’s blog we set out our commitment to the environment and respond to concerns raised by the National Trust and other environmental charities.
There has been significant media attention this weekend, including in the Financial Times, Times, and the Telegraph, focused on comments from environmental groups such as the RSPB, Wildlife Trusts, National Trust, Green Alliance and Wildlife and Countryside Link. These organisations …
Untreated sewage can be devastating to human health, local biodiversity and our environment. Water companies must take urgent action to address sewage discharges. That’s why we are already taking action.
Today we are looking at coverage of the government response to the EAC report into water quality in rivers.
In today’s blog we are looking at media coverage of the fifth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly.
Today we are looking at media coverage of the results of the 2021 Great British Beach Clean
Today we are looking at media coverage of Government plans for possible new standards for wet wipes
There has been widespread coverage of the climate change summit COP26 which started yesterday (31 October). Following an interview with environmental editor Emma Gatten, a piece in The Daily Telegraph includes comments from the Environment Secretary regarding a range of …
Today we are looking at media coverage of our plans to unlock the power of gene editing technologies to help our farmers grow more resistant, nutritious and productive crops.
The government has announced the first set of programmes to receive funding from the £500m Blue Planet Fund.