In today's blog we look at conservation covenants - a new tool for protecting the environment, and the movement of equines in a no-deal Brexit.
On today's blog we're looking at media coverage of an important expansion of Poole Harbour’s Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) designation.
Coverage of the Environment Secretary’s decision on the reintroduction of Lynx to Kielder Forest and World Soils Day.
Minister Rutley's visit to Bradford and our response to the EAC's latest comments.
Coverage of the Natural England consultation on Sussex stretch of the England Coast Path and an interview with Minister Eustice in Farmers Weekly.
The robot revolution growing on the farm On Saturday (15 September) The Times reported on how artificial intelligence (AI) and other advances in technology are helping farmers become more efficient, profitable and environmentally-friendly. Drones, smart sensors and advanced robotics are …
On today's blog we look at Keep Britain Tidy’s litter report, threatened sand dunes, regulating hunt kennels and tougher sentences for animal cruelty.
Hen Harrier breeding success, water companies and their performance and incorrect news on food stockpiling.
Natural England's Monitoring of Engagement with the Natural Environment Report, the launch of Bees' Needs Week and a rebuttal into the Independent's piece on badger control.
Coverage ahead of National Meadows Day 2018, Ministers meet to discuss a UK-wide approach to DRS, coverage ahead of Bees' Needs Week and work begins on the new Perry Barr and Witton flood scheme