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A freeze on its environmental protection budget may make the Environment Agency unable to maintain current levels of inspection and enforcement, it warns
Industry interests on the Chemicals Stakeholder Forum have been damaged in a row which developed after one company submitted incomplete hazard data
Hazardous waste landfill capacity is set to plummet but Environment Agency figures suggest that industry is failing to develop alternative treatment and disposal methods
Prices in the UK's new market for greenhouse gas allowances slipped dramatically towards the end of 2002
The Government has agreed to meeting British Energy's fuel management liabilities - effectively subsidising BNFL's controversial THORP reprocessing operation
A Commons inquiry has heard the Environment Department condemned from all sides over its strategy to implement the water framework Directive
The Strategy Unit's waste review proposes tougher action to reduce waste and higher targets for recycling - but can local authorities and central government deliver?
In his pre-Budget statement, Chancellor Gordon Brown announced moves on waste and biofuels and launched a strategy on green taxes and other economic instruments
The Government's environmental advisors have slammed plans for a massive growth in air traffic - and sounded the alarm over aviation's growing impact on global warming
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