UK Health Security Agency starts work 01 April 2021, Sarah Campbell New body is one of two that will take over PHE’s remit, and that of NHS Test and Trace. Work with EH to improve public health, Scottish politicians urged 31 March 2021, Katie Coyne REHIS manifesto says EH works most effectively in partnership with communities. Food law issues ‘were not heard’ 30 March 2021, Katie Coyne CIEH continues to work to ensure qualifications are in line with new rules. Honorary professorship for EHP entrepreneur 18 March 2021, Sarah Campbell Scott Brady recognised for role in inspiring and supporting Stirling university students. Air pollution is brought home 18 March 2021, Katie Coyne Availability of air quality data puts pressure on governments and property sector to act. Public wants to protect food standards post-COVID 18 March 2021, Katie Coyne Nanny-state label strongly rejected with support shown for free school meals for all. Environment Agency chief says net zero isn’t enough to save our planet 17 March 2021, Katie Coyne Sir James Bevan: we also need to adapt to survive and thrive in a climate-changed world. Weakness in H&S exposed by COVID-19 17 March 2021, Katie Coyne Think tank lunches two-year in-depth investigation into UK H&S. Laws protecting people and nature ‘are weaker’ post-Brexit 17 March 2021, Katie Coyne Air pollution and waste among environmental policy areas most likely to suffer. Discourse around GM foods ‘has been complicated by politics’ 17 March 2021, Katie Coyne Regulations for genetically modified and gene-edited foods face shake-up in Defra review.