Five new species set to be protected under Ivory Act extension
In today’s blog, we look at the launch of a consultation on extending our ivory ban to other species
On today's blog we look at WWF's Living Planet Report 2018 and the use of salt marsh land to graze cattle.
On today's blog we look at World Elephant Day and the Ivory Alliance 2024.
How Operation Thunderstorm is tackling the illegal wildlife trade and Countryfile's report on combined sewage overflows.
On the blog today we look at coverage of the Giants Club Summit and Minister Coffey's letter to Derby City Council.
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: Michael Gove announces new funding to boost farm productivity at the World Dairy Summit in Northern Ireland, and Thérèse Coffey helps launch the countdown to the London 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade conference.
On the blog today: The T-charge begins in London, the Chief Vet issues a reminder to farmers to be on their guard after cattle with Bluetongue virus are stopped from entering the UK by APHA, and the BBC cover global efforts to address the illegal ivory trade.
Environment Agency readies communities for possible flooding linked to Hurricane Ophelia As remnants of Hurricane Ophelia head towards the UK, Environment Agency officers have been working with partners to prepare for possible coastal flood impacts. Recent flood forecasts suggest that …