This afternoon’s blog looks at media coverage of the Environment Agency’s annual assessment of the environmental performance of England’s water companies.
In today's blog we look at coverage of Ofwat’s announcement of a draft package of over £2.7 billion investment from water companies as part of their plans to help the country build back greener from the pandemic.
This morning there has been extensive coverage in the Daily Mail, Times, the I, Daily Mirror, Sky News and Daily Express of a Greenpeace survey of 13 UK rivers which found that they all contain varying levels of microplastics. Greenpeace …
There is coverage today in The Guardian and Sky News of Greenpeace’s new 30x30: A Blueprint for Ocean Protection study.
We look at coverage from Daily Star on Asian hornets, water company fined £500,000 for a sewage leak and Yorkshire benefits from export boost.
Environment Secretary launches world-leading Clean Air Strategy.
The Environment Secretary speaks at the Oxford Farming Conference and The Times on megafarms.
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.