World Oceans Day coverage of our Marine Conservation Zones announcement, Environment Agency work around plastic pollution and Minister Eustice's visit to the Royal Cornwall Show.
On the blog today we look at the Farming Minister's visit to the Royal Bath and West Show, top scientist support for the Clean Air Strategy and agriculture in the UK statistics.
Kew reopens world’s largest Victorian greenhouse Kew Gardens has today reopened its Temperate House – the world’s largest Victorian greenhouse – after a five-year restoration project. The vast greenhouse is now home to a geographically arranged collection of 10,000 plants …
In today's blog we look at the World Health Organisation's report on global air quality standards and encourage farmers to submit their BPS applications before the closing date on May 15.
In today's blog we look at the possible health risks associated with OPM caterpillars, the Environment Secretary discusses the ongoing consultation for the future of farming ,flood warnings and a ban on exhibitors at the Chelsea Flower Show from using certain plants. plants
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.
In today's blog we look at the latest efforts to cut plastic pollution in our environment and oceans.
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.
On the blog today we celebrate our farms and farmers through Open Farm Sunday and we look at coverage of plastic pollution in air and food.