The chancellor may not be known for his support of the environment but sustainable, energy-efficient buildings have much to offer his economic goals
DECC’s second capacity auction will call for less volume than the first, but will drive down costs by allowing interconnector companies to bid
Local authorities are marking down a larger proportion of industrial installations as high risk in terms of pollution control
The amount that operators in Scotland pay for regulation in future will be more heavily dependent on how polluting their site is and how compliant they are
Lancashire county council has refused two applications from Cuadrilla to frack for shale gas, citing reasons of noise and impact on landscape
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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