We look at continued positive coverage of our landmark food waste symposium yesterday (13 May), ‘Step up to the Plate’, where major food businesses including Tesco, Sainsbury’s Waitrose, and Nestle pledged to halve food waste by 2030.
Today, we look at our Food Waste Symposium event, which will call for big businesses to pledge their commitment to halve food waste by 2030, as well as the introduction of Lucy's Law to Parliament and the announcement of the next round of funding for the Darwin Initiative.
In today's blog we're looking at the government urging organisations and individuals to ‘Step up to the Plate’ to cut food waste and a study on the estimated cost of ash dieback.
Coverage from The Times on Ben Elliot, the government’s first Food Surplus and Waste Champion, who was recently appointed by the Environment Secretary to help promote awareness of the issue of food waste.
We look at coverage of the Food Waste Champion, the launch of the consultation to protect our urban trees, and how 2018 was a good year for animal welfare.
The Environment Secretary has announced a new pilot scheme to help tackle food waste and Natural England Wildlife targets.
On today's blog, we look at Pet welfare codes, Food Waste, Plastic waste report and the Environment Secretary's Devon Visit
Today on the blog: New food labelling guidance launched and Flood Re Local Heroes Award winners unveiled
On the blog today, we outline the ways we are tackling food waste in the UK and confirm our commitment to cracking down on illegal puppy smuggling and to driving high animal welfare standards.
Today on the blog, WHO recommendations on reducing the use of antibiotics in veterinary medicine and launching a new campaign to reduce food waste.