The government has received a red card for its action on flood protection (photograph: Andrew Oxley/123RF) All headlines
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Government gets red card for biodiversity, flooding and air quality

The environmental audit committee has scored the government poorly for its efforts to reduce air pollution, protect wildlife and prevent flooding

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    Ozone layer expected to recover by 2050

    The thickness of the ozone is relatively stable (photograph: Iakov Kalinin_123RF)

    UN scientists are optimistic that the ozone layer will recover from past damage, but say urgent action to tackle HFCs is still needed

  • FROM Business

    Industry backs food waste hierarchy

    The ESA has called for a hierarchy for biodegradable waste to realise its economic and energy-generating potential. It is also critical of how the sector is being regulated

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