On the second edition on today's blog we clarify our position on a story in The i on emissions, and cover British Spirits and Sparkling Wine Week.
Clinical waste operator breaches environmental permits and The Farmers Weekly Awards took place yesterday at the Grosvenor Hotel in London, helping celebrate the best of British farming.
On today's blog, we look at water industry regulation, waste statistics for the UK, the high court case on air quality and fishing after Brexit.
On today's blog we look at Minister Coffey's visit to Canada to discuss how we can turn the tide on plastic use; we respond to coverage on councils incinerating waste; we examine newly released emission statistics and we set out the Environment Agency's response to a Supreme Court ruling.
Today's blog includes a correction to claims made that the EU were responsible for the introduction of the 5p carrier bag charge in England and Iceland supermarket's commitment to banish plastic from its products by the end of 2023.
On today's blog we myth bust China's ban on waste exports and talk about the coffee cup charge.
On the blog today, we highlight the recent debate in both the House of Commons and the House of Lords on banning Microbeads , look a the Environment Secretary’s plans to reduce plastic waste and finally we take a peek at the the festive cheer the EA have been spreading across the England's waterways.
On the blog today we address reports that lead non-executive director Steve Holliday is expected to hand in his notice, advice for backyard flock keepers to remain vigilant for signs of bird flu, and our pledge to tackle plastic pollution.