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Emissions data for 2002 have confirmed that the UK emissions trading scheme has been undermined by the award of large amounts of "hot air" - and cash - to three chemical firms
The Government has admitted that its plans to introduce competition into the water market will push up domestic bills - putting environmental investment in jeopardy
Business in the Community has ranked over 100 firms according to its new index of corporate social responsibilityy
A list of "chemicals of concern" will be published in April by the Chemicals Stakeholder Forum - forming a likely launchpad for green campaigns over chemicals in products
The prosecution of Eurocare for a string of environmental offences last month poses awkward questions for the waste industry's professional and trade associations
Seven UK firms have signed up to use Cargill Dow's Ingeo biopolymer fibre - but has the company done enough to allay consumer fears over genetically modified products?
The Government has suffered defeats on composting and waste strategies in the Lord's third reading of the Waste and Emissions Trading Bill
The Bill's proposals on abstraction reform, water efficiency and competition for big commercial customers promise interesting times ahead
Bird's Eye Wall's initiative to bring sustainability to pea production in the UK faces the twin pressures of price competition and vanishing agricultural margins
Major waste firms are publishing environmental performance data, but the sector is divided over whether these indicators can be used to compare performance
The Government has set out an ambitious vision of a low-carbon economy based on energy efficiency, renewables and emissions trading - but it has offered few new policies
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