On Friday the Environment Agency published its latest list of Enforcement Undertakings accepted by EA under which 15 companies and individuals that polluted rivers and streams or made other environmental breaches will pay more than £2.2 million to environmental charities and local projects.
On today's blog we look at WWF's Living Planet Report 2018 and the use of salt marsh land to graze cattle.
A consultation on proposals to reduce harmful pollution caused by the burning of wood and coal in the home and Chris Packham's blog post on his 'UK BioBlitz' campaign.
On the blog today we look at the UK's ratification of the Minamata Convention, the various actions that industry are taking to reduce plastic waste and Minister Coffey's visit to East Africa. UK ratifies global treaty to reduce the use …
On the blog today we discuss scrutiny of the Natural Environment and Rural Communities act, Natural England and the launch of Network Rail's new free drinking water fountain at Charing Cross Station.
Today's blog we highlight the proposed bill to strengthen animal welfare and take a further look at the harm plastic pollution is doing to the planet.
The Environment Secretary and International Trade Secretary addressed questions for MPS and Lords yesterday on chlorinated chicken, and Minister Coffey today helps launch a 'bottleship' to clear plastic litter from the canals and waterways around London's Canary Wharf.