There has been media coverage today regarding the EU’s change in approach to the import of live bivalve molluscs (LBMs). The coverage follows comments on this issue by the Environment Secretary to an evidence session of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee.
In today's blog we look at recent media coverage of the frequency of at sea inspections of fishing vessels since the end of the transition period.
The Scottish government and the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation have raised concerns over the UK-EU agreement.
Further coverage of the Clean Air Strategy and a consultation on the future of the close season for coarse fishing.
We look at coverage of our latest bTB announcement and discuss the outcome of this year's December Council on fisheries.
On today's blog, we look at water industry regulation, waste statistics for the UK, the high court case on air quality and fishing after Brexit.
On today's blog we look at the Woodland Creation Fund which is now open for applications, explain the next stage of the Discard Ban and welcome the 30,000 responses to our consultation on banning ivory sales.
On the blog today we outline our work with other Government departments on Chinese waste restrictions, and look at press reaction to EU fishing negotiations
On the blog today we cover the results of the EU Fisheries Council negotiations overnight on fishing quotas for the next 12 months, and further reaction to yesterday's publication of the Animal Welfare (sentencing and recognition of sentience) Bill.
On the blog today we cover the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, new recycling statistics, North Sea fishing negotiations, coverage on air quality, and the Environment Agency's Exercise Carta Flame.