September has been a month of celebration, with British farmers and growers out and about waving the flag for British farming.
Almost 50 new protected areas of the sea are needed if a coherent network of wildlife sanctuaries is to be created around the coast, ministers have been told.
Talks to prevent a further decline of the embattled Pacific bluefin tuna have broken down, prompting conservationists to demand a moratorium on fishing.
"We are seeing continued growth in organics while the conventional market has contracted. We haven't seen such a drive in new products and innovation in my 15 years," said Soil Association trade relations manager Lee Holdstock.
Wet wipes have become the biggest cause of sewer blockages across the UK because manufacturers mistakenly suggest they can be disposed of by flushing them down toilets, according to a water company and environmental groups.
Changes and priorities in the wake of the referendum
Your invitation to collaborate on a series of ‘Food for Thought’ activities for World Food Day 2016 Sunday 16th October marks World Food Day – an annual day of action against hunger.
Since being launched in 2000, World School Milk Day has become an annual event, with more than 30 countries around the world joining in.
To mark this year's Grandparents' Day on Sunday 2 October, Age UK has commissioned a study revealing the contribution that grandparents make to our lives and how some of our favourite food from childhood evokes fond memories of them.