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2nd Report - Brexit, science and innovation

Work of DEFRA examined

Minister discusses Brexit and climate change with Committee

Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture

Environmental Earth Observation

Climate Change and Infectious Disease in Humans in the UK

Communicating Risk

Future Sea Level Rise

Rising Sea Levels

Urban Green Infrastructure and Ecosystem Services

25-Year Environment Plan inquiry launched

Greenhouse Gas Removal

New Plant Breeding Techniques

Litter and littering in England 2016 to 2017

Brexit science and innovation Summit call for evidence launched

DFID's approach to supporting inclusive growth in Africa examined

The UK needs a deposit return scheme for plastic bottles

1st Report - Plastic Bottles: Turning Back the Plastic Tide

Climate Change Levy (CCL) and Carbon Price Floor (CPF) Bulletin

Secretary of State questioned on Brexit impact on food

Brexit impact on fisheries examined with industry experts

Letter from the Secretary of State to the Chair concerning the Government's Environment Policy, 30 November 2017

Letter from the Chair to the Secretary of State concerning the Government's Environmental Policy, 14 November 2017

Chair raises concerns over post Brexit environmental regulation

Environment Agency follow up briefing for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee, December 2017

Government Response to Sustainable Development Goals published

Brexit impact on food prices and food standards

Ministers questioned on improving air quality

Brexit impact on fishing industry examined

Brexit impact on dairy, poultry and pigs industries

In decision-making examined with academics

How can investment in the life sciences sector be improved?

Brexit – Trade in Food examined

Communicating Risk

Mayor of London questioned on air quality

Decarbonising the Gas Network

Environmental Earth Observation

Fisheries inquiry launched

Environment Agency flood and environment work scrutinised

Work of the Environment Agency inquiry

Committee examines impact of Brexit on UK’s trade in waste

The Blue Belt programme


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