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Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs
Guidance published today will help minimise disruption and allow continued movement of goods
Michael Gove's speech to National Farmers Union - February 19 2019
Government awards £400,000 to tech companies to track waste through the economy.
Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey is in Vanuatu for the South Pacific Region Commonwealth Litter Programme conference.
Farmers, foresters and land managers can now apply for a range of schemes that pay for environmental benefits
A team of researchers, led by the Environment Agency, may be close to solving one of science’s most enduring mysteries – where does the European Eel spawn and what migration route do they follow to get there?
The government launches a series of consultations to overhaul the waste system.
Legislation laid today will prevent EU vessels from carrying out pulse fishing in UK waters post Brexit.
Technology funded by UK aid has helped the Ugandan Revenue Authority make one of the largest seizures of wildlife contraband the country has ever seen.
Natural England outlines proposals to extend Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
New system launched today to maintain EU restrictions on F gases and Ozone Depleting Substances (ODSs) in the event of a No Deal Brexit.
Natural England announces the notification of two Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs) to protect fungi in Dorset and Halesowen
The new flood scheme will protect 1,600 homes and 400 businesses in Ipswich over the next century.
The Environment Secretary has announced Tony Juniper is the preferred candidate for Chair of Natural England.
The Government has issued guidance on food and drink labelling in the event of a no deal Brexit
Environment Secretary Michael Gove calls on people across the country to join together to improve the natural world.
Letter from the Secretary of State to Water UK setting out key tests for the water sector following Ofwat’s initial assessment of business plans (IAP report).
New and re-appointments to the Adaptation Sub-Committee of the Committee on Climate Change have been made continuing to provide scientific advice and expertise.
Businesses that produce pesticides will need to take different actions to be able to supply new pesticides to the UK and EU markets in the event of a no deal.
The government has launched a consultation to strengthen allergen labelling laws.
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