The Welsh Assembly has approved an Environment Bill which sets national climate targets, an ambitious biodiversity duty and tougher waste rules
An unintended release of phosphorus into the air near Birmingham has led to a major fine against Belgian chemicals manufacturer Solvay
The way in which producer responsibility rules for WEEE have been set and enforced has divided the industry.
A 1.2 gigawatt wind farm project in the North Sea will be the largest so far when it comes online in 2020, despite a cooling market
Greenpeace is calling on the UK government to join the US in banning plastic microbeads. Some leading cosmetics firms are already leading the way
A man must come up with almost £160,000 if he is to avoid jail time for waste offences in Swansea that threatened the environment and undercut other local waste operators
Guidelines on how to implement the revision of ISO 14001 have been agreed and will be published in March.
One of Britain’s foremost EU environment experts shows how Europe is constantly reinventing itself to meet the increasing challenges of creating a sustainable future. Nick Rowcliffe reviews Nigel Haigh’s recently published book
Isabella Kaminski: Flooding once again dominated the national headlines over Christmas, with tales of devastating personal losses to homes and livelihoods, and the resulting criticism of the way the whole affair had been handled
Tim Pryce: Cities and local governments have a key part to play in helping the UK meet its Paris commitments. But Westminster needs to give them the power and motivation to use this potential
New EU legislation will impose wide-ranging obligations on medium-scale industrial processes. Gareth Simkins explores its impact on UK business
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.
The real environmental implications of fracking and the key sustainability challenges facing a future UK onshore shale energy industry
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