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The new Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs is suffering a haemorrhage of environmental protection staff
Implementation of integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) is bogged down in a rapidly growing backlog of applications
Renewable energy targets proposed by the English regions are unlikely to be sufficient for the UK to meet its 10% target by 2010
The Direct Marketing Association is in discussions with the Government on producer responsibility for paper recycling
Ikea, the Co-op and Body Shop are among the leading firms on chemicals safety, a Friends of the Earth survey claims
The Environmental Audit Committee has accused the Treasury of failing to provide leadership on environmental tax reform
The Environment Agency is pushing for sweeping changes to the regulation of farming as the sector faces up to the implementation of EU Directives on waste, landfill and nitrates
The Cabinet Office review of energy policy released in February places renewables, energy efficiency and low-carbon transport at the heart of the UK's future energy system
Around a third of local authorities are on course to declare air quality management areas as the first round of reviews and assessments draws to a close
The biomass energy sector has secured a toe-hold in the UK market but now faces an array of challenges
In a surprise judgment which has major financial implications for the water industry, the Court of Appeal has held Thames Water liable for the flooding of a household with sewage
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