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10 June 1921 to 9 April 2021
A campaign has been launched by the Seal Alliance and government to help protect seals from human disturbance ahead of Easter weekend.
Mandatory biosecurity measures remain in force until further notice in England, Scotland and Wales to protect flocks from avian influenza.
Bird keepers should continue to apply effective biosecurity measures at all times as housing order lifts
Government has extended the current provisional determination of UK fishing opportunities until 14 April.
The new Code allows people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits that nature offers, while giving it the respect it deserves.
Hilary Florek has been reappointed as Chair of the Marine Management Organisation (MMO).
Ministers considering measures to make tobacco industry reduce litter caused by their products.
Employers of seasonal agricultural workers in the edible horticulture sector urged to register for free workplace testing
Letter from the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Farming, Fisheries and Food to the agricultural sector in England about free coronavirus tests for permanent and seasonal workers.
New legal duties on water companies and government will reduce sewage discharged into waterways.
Cutting-edge flood forecasting and natural flood management schemes trialled in 25 selected areas receiving a share of £150m to develop new flooding responses.
A reminder for eligible businesses to submit their details for payment to the Seafood Response Fund by Friday 26 March.
Changes to transform the waste and resources sector move a step closer.
The government has announced the allocation of additional fishing quota between Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England.
Statutory Instrument published to remove ferrets as permitted target species for the DOC 250 spring trap following concerns.
The Environment Agency and partners have completed more than 700 projects to better protect more than 300,000 homes since 2015
Government has laid out plans for restriction work that will be carried out in the first year of UK REACH
The Government is considering a ban of lead ammunition to protect wildlife and nature as part of new plans under UK REACH
Government consultation opens on plans to monitor, reduce and eliminate Persistent Organic Pollutants
Professor Christopher Gilligan, Sir Paul Nurse, David Richardson, Judith Batchelar and Professor Ian Graham have all been appointed as Trustees.
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