Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra)
Seeking views on proposals to modernise water regulation and allow better long-term planning of water resources and drainage.
Government response to the Natural Capital Committee’s sixth state of natural capital report.
Setting out the progress we've made in improving the environment through our 25 Year Environment Plan and indicator framework.
'A Green Future: Our 25 Year Plan to Improve the Environment', sets out what we will do to improve the environment, within a generation.
Report to Parliament on government’s progress made in reforming the arrangements for managing water abstraction in England from 2014 to 2019.
Seeking evidence to help develop plans on how the government can help protect marine and terrestrial biodiversity in the British Overseas Territories.
Seeking views on our updated UK marine strategy and the targets to achieve or maintain Good Environmental Status (GES) in UK seas.
UK plan for tackling roadside nitrogen dioxide concentrations supporting document: Environment Act 1995 air quality directions.
Seeking views on the design of the tax on plastic packaging announced at Budget 2018.
Seeking views about the recent withdrawal of the three general licences (GL04, GL05 and GL06) for the management of wild birds.
A note of the meetings held by the Inter Ministerial Group for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in 2019.
Seeking views on plans to remove Allonby South from the list of bathing waters designated under the Bathing Water Regulations (S.I. 2013/1675).
River stretches and bodies of water in England identified as sensitive areas under the urban waste water treatment regulations.
Seeking views on how we can improve the planning system in England to protect the environment (biodiversity net gain) and build places to live and work.
Formal document describing the AONB landscape protection and enhancement support scheme (England).
Formal document describing the AONB technical support scheme (England).
Setting out how the government will reform the way we manage water abstraction, to protect the environment and improve access to water.
Strategy to protect pollinating insects which support our food production and the diversity of our environment.
Setting out what we will be doing to improve the state of our bees and other pollinating insects and how we are monitoring progress.
Chalara dieback of ash trees is caused by the Hymenoscyphus fraxineus fungus, formerly known as Chalara fraxinea.
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