What was the Green Investment Bank has become the Green Investment Group, an arm of Australian bank Macquarie
Six requests to continue using carcinogens mark a clash between the economic and environmental objectives of REACH
Wales is to follow in the footsteps of Scotland by setting the UK’s second national food waste target
The director of a waste company will carry out unpaid work after being convicted of failing to comply with an enforcement notice, despite claiming he did not receive one
The campaigning lawyers look likely to take DEFRA to court over its nitrogen dioxide pollution failings for the ninth time
Neonicotinoid pesticide thiamethoxam seriously damages the reproductive success of bumblebees, according to researchers
Buckinghamshire County Council has successfully brought about its twelfth prosecution for fly-tipping offences since the beginning of July
Assessing corporate risks and opportunities from carbon pricing should be easier following launch of a new tool by Trucost
Lithium-rich brine is set to be mined from deep hot springs flowing through Cornish granite to help supply strategic materials used in electric vehicle and storage batteries
Restrictions and liability cover requirements for low-level nuclear waste disposal and for transport of nuclear materials are to be eased
SEPA is looking at plans to ensure persistent poor performers are pay more in fees, reflecting the additional effort needed to regulate them
Bristol City Council is mulling a clean air zone for much of the city, which could force drivers of older private cars to pay for entry
The mayor of London has published an ambitious environment strategy for consultation, although it rows back from setting up an energy supply company
The UK’s first battery recycling facility will reduce the environmental impacts associated with exporting electrical waste while cutting producers’ costs
Climate change and population growth are putting pressure on the world’s water resources. Rachel Salvidge examines the looming shortage in the UK and current thinking about how it can be slaked
It is generally accepted that most of the UK’s waste is generated by businesses but there is neither a recycling target in place for C&I waste nor robust data to measure the scale of the problem. Conor McGlone investigates
Rufus Howard: Web-based environmental statements are on the way. Such a format can help users navigate these increasingly data-heavy documents through more interactive, user-friendly engagement
Louise Kingham: Brexit uncertainty is scaring off investors, and with the UK set to lose £2.5bn in European Investment Bank loans and EU funds, we need long-term policy to boost confidence
An external investigator appointed by Cheshire East Council found systematic and deliberate manipulation of air quality data over a three-year period.
Philip Fjeld, chief executive of major biomethane supplier CNG Fuels, shares his career insights
Petrol, diesel and hybrid car sales will be banned from 2040 but the burden of tackling air pollution has been passed to local authorities under the new air quality plan
Richard Macrory: A judge has delivered guidance on the interpretation of housing policy in the National Planning Policy Framework that will be helpful to planners, developers and other stakeholders
Solar PV deployment continued its ascent last year, but are the technology’s prospects starting to dim?
EIA regulations, Brexit, resilience, species licensing and persistent pollutants were among the issues raised at this year’s ENDS environmental consultancy roundtable
Michael Phelan: Up to half of demand-side-response services companies are likely to disappear over the next two years, favouring those with more experience and the technical expertise to act quickly
Big infrastructure, Brexit and changes to regulations were some of the hot topics at this year’s ENDS Report roundtable of environmental consultants
ENDS inaugural Environmental Impact Awards recognised the achievements of 11 winners and several highly commended projects and teams
A guide for environmental professionals on key issues in UK environmental law and compliance during the Brexit negotiations, highlighting four ways in which the legal relationship between UK and EU law could begin to loosen even before the final date of departure.
The EU has a big influence in British environmental policy and standards, making environmental professionals relatively well informed about its workings. Does the UK environmental profession respect the EU and want Britain to remain, or has familiarity bred contempt? In association with Society for the Environment ENDS surveyed the profession to find out.
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