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British Energy is urging the Government to back its plans to build up to ten new nuclear power stations - despite doubts raised in the recent energy review over cost estimates
Environment Secretary Margaret Beckett has challenged the food and drink industry to come up with a sustainability strategy
Our latest update on implementation of the contaminated land regime identifies the 33 sites that council have so far determined
An initial shortfall in renewables capacity is likely to drive up the price of ROC certificates under the new renewables obligation
Wastepack, the packaging compliance scheme, is seeking alternatives to the use of packaging waste recovery notes (PRNs) to demonstrate regulatory compliance
Environmental insurance appears at least to have established a serious presence in the London market, with specialist insurers now boasting of a doubling of sales year on year
The European Commission has been urged by a Lords committee to temper ambition with realism in the new EU chemicals strategy
A ground-breaking package of software and official guidance on contaminated land health risks was released in March
The Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution has taken issue with many of the Government's proposals for planing reform in its new report on environmental planning
The UK's emissions trading scheme is now up and running - but there are serious concerns over its environmental credibility
The UK offshore oil industry has come up with options costing billions of pounds to deal with the millions of tonnes of drill cuttings beneath North Sea platforms
Anglian Water has been fined £200,000 for sewage pollution after an Essex man brought a private prosecution - thereby embarrassing the Environment Agency
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