We looked inside some of the tweets by @DefraGovUK and here's what we found interesting.
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Population growth, land use and climate change have a significant impact on our water environment. The latest water classification results show we must all urgently work together to our waters back to their natural state as soon as possible. Read more: https://t.co/qR4PmNSyg2
An Asian hornet nest has been found and destroyed in the Gosport area of Hampshire. The #AsianHornet is a serious threat to honey bees and other insect pollinators. Please report any sightings using the Asian Hornet Watch app. For further information: https://t.co/O6jaGg5cJl https://t.co/oIgCsN8p9z https://t.co/MTZ69Gcneq
Today we have announced £546 million funding to help social care providers when their staff are self-isolating. This will extend the Infection Control Fund, supporting employers to pay full wages & enabling staff to work in only one care home to stop #Covid19 spreading. Read🔽
Today is #WorldOzoneDay2020!☀️ Did you know that it was British scientists who first discovered the Antarctic #ozone hole in the 1980s? Thanks to the #MontrealProtocol, the ozone layer is gradually recovering. We continue to monitor it through @metoffice @OfficialUoM funding. https://t.co/yqtKKv0NtS
NEWS: @DefraGovUK £40million Green Recovery Challenge Fund open now for application. Grants from £50k to £5million are available for England based #nature projects to kick-start #GreenRecovery from the #COVID19 pandemic. @NaturalEngland @EnvAgency Apply: https://t.co/4y96zEOBSx https://t.co/hG1hqBGQ6Z