Michael Gove visits Hadrian’s Wall as part of #NationalParksWeek Yesterday the Environment Secretary Michael Gove visited the iconic Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland National Park to kick-start National Parks Week, highlighting his commitment to ensure our cherished landscapes are not only …
On today's blog we look at the new flood defence scheme that has opened in Ulverston and the upcoming Great Plastic Pick Up
In today's blog post we update on the new £10m Salford flood defence scheme and respond to coverage about the Natural Capital Committee's views on the 25-Year Environment Plan.
Litter Strategy working group and deposit return schemes The Times has today anticipated findings from a working group examining measures to reduce littering and increase recycling of drinks containers in England, including deposit and reward and return schemes.” It was …
On today's blog we highlight the Environment Secretary's visit to Devon to open a new flood defence scheme.
Today on the blog: New food labelling guidance launched and Flood Re Local Heroes Award winners unveiled
Today on the blog, Defra in the Budget, animal sentience and the Environment Agency's response to flooding.
On the blog today we look at a flood preparedness exercise today in Stratford-upon-Avon, the future of agriculture and fisheries policy post Brexit, and a legal challenge to the UK plan to tackle roadside nitrogen dioxide emissions.
On the blog today - statistics on marine litter are in the news; we look at government action to address this problem. Plus the Environment Secretary announces a review, led by Major General Tim Cross, into multi-agency flood plans.
Maximum litter fines increased to £150, Secretary of State highlights the state of the country’s soils in a speech to industry stakeholders, EU Glyphosate vote fails, and the Environment Agency protected over 1000 properties during Storm Brian.