The environment department has published 11,000 datasets but there is uncertainty about the best way to handle it
DEFRA and the Welsh government are likely to have to pay the European Commission's legal costs for breaching air pollution rules at Aberthaw power station
The energy market has stressed it must be prioritised in Brexit negotiations, with continued participation in the internal energy market crucial
A district judge has expressed incredulity at an AD operator’s lack of a system to prevent pollution
Up to 50,000 deaths could be prevented by 2040 through stricter standards for biomass boilers and diesel vehicles, says the International Energy Agency
Consultants are facing a tidal wave of nationally significant infrastructure projects and finding their roles are expanding in scope and scale, the ENDS Report found at its latest roundtable
An EU rule designed to avoid engine damage is being stretched too far, according to new analysis of diesel cars’ emissions
A report from the Knowledge Transfer Network explores the potential for recycling industrial waste in the construction, manufacturing, digital and agriculture sectors
A universal method to compare the carbon costs of freight transport options is now available
Paul Hatchwell: As Britain went to the polls on 23 June, violent rainstorms left much of the country in chaos. It was a fitting preface to the political and economic shock that both Remain and Leave supporters woke up to on Friday.
Demand-side response is vital to the UK’s evolving smart-energy system, enabling energy security and lower cost decarbonisation. But despite recent progress, many barriers remain. Paul Hatchwell reports
Contaminated land remediation data from DEFRA shows the big job ahead with a marked decline in the number of sites being determined over the years.
Peter Prior: Financial support for renewable energy should be about meeting emissions targets, not promoting technology flavours of the moment over more suitable, cheaper alternatives
Mike Keil: Resilience is in danger of becoming the new sustainability – an overused buzzword with little substance behind it. Yet building it is essential for water companies to deal with extreme weather
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.
As we emerge from recession prospects are looking up for the environmental consultancy market. ENDS, with the help of a group of environmental consultants, look at the opportunities on the horizon
The UK jobs market has been a tough place to navigate over the past few years, and environmental careers have not escaped lightly in the downturn. But there are strong signs we are turning a corner, and optimism is growing.
In this supplement we review the current state of the environmental careers market and look ahead to the coming year.
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