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The British Veterinary Association (BVA) is pleased to announce Steve Anderson Dixon as its new Board Chair.
Out with the old and in with the new! New Year’s Eve is traditionally a time to wrap up the year by celebrating with friends and family. Although it is often an evening of fun, frolics and fireworks for us, it can be a time of anxiety and distress for our pets.
We want to work with others to breakdown the systemic barriers to STEM subjects and the professions faced by many young people, says BVA President, Daniella Dos Santos.
NOAH has welcomed the commitment to parliamentary time to amend the Veterinary Medicines Regulations in the Queens Speech. The association is pleased to see the strong support for animal welfare and UK science.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has called on the government to keep animal welfare high on the agenda during the next Parliament.
ESA fully supports the principle of responsible export, and we look forward to working with the Government to ensure that the proposed ban goes hand-in-hand with other measures to stimulate domestic demand for recyclable materials.
Business backs net zero. We just need Parliament to ramp up the pace of change and implement critical policies, writes Rain Newton-Smith
Delay and indecision promises real peril. We need a genuine cross-departmental approach to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, writes Lord Deben
Scotland has introduced the toughest targets in the UK to ensure our actions match the scale of our climate ambitions, writes Roseanna Cunningham MSP
Animal health and welfare should be at the heart of the new Government’s commitment to lead the world in its quality of food and agriculture, says NOAH.
ESA would like to see the new Conservative government quickly rekindle the legislative programme introduced under the Environment Bill in the autumn.
Vets are urging pet owners to add pet-proofing to their Christmas to-do lists to avoid an unnecessary emergency trip to the vets over the festive period.
Defra has confirmed a case of H5 low pathogenicity avian influenza (H5 LPAI) on a chicken farm in mid-Suffolk. A one-kilometre restriction zone has been put in place around the affected site to limit the risk of the disease spreading.
Ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP25) event in Madrid, Inter IKEA Group have announced they will invest €200 million to speed up the transformation to becoming a climate positive business.
Jo Swinson has been taken to task by climate change protesters dressed as bees on a campaign visit.
NOAH Chief Executive, Dawn Howard, explains how the organisation plans to work with the new Government to safeguard the health and welfare of the UK’s pets and farm animals and highlights why the UK animal health industry is important to society and the economy.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has opened nominations for the 2020/21 Junior Vice President (JVP).
NOAH has released its animal health manifesto ahead of the General Election on 12 December.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) is calling on vets to report any suspicions about illegally imported pets to relevant local authorities.
Channel 4 has been accused of "conspiring with Jeremy Corbyn" after the broadcaster put an ice sculpture in Boris Johnson's place during a TV debate on climate change.
British Veterinary Association (BVA) President Daniella Dos Santos tonight (Tuesday 26 November) championed the vital work of vets in Northern Ireland and praised the profession for getting as prepared as possible for the challenges and opportunities presented by Brexit.
Jacob Hayler Executive Director of the Environmental Services Association (ESA) responds to the manifesto launches this week.
Labour has watered down a series of radical proposals on the environment, education and immigration agreed at its party conference.
The Green Party has pledged to spend £100bn reducing the UK's carbon emissions to zero by the end of the next decade.