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Investors are displaying a growing interest in climate change risks - but warn that pension fund consultants and analysts are failing to keep on top of the agenda
Ratcheting up the renewables obligation to 15% in 2015 should help to stimulate investment in new capacity
Environmental groups hope new findings on toxic chemicals in human blood and products for children will help strengthen proposed EU legislation
The composting sector continues to enjoy rapid growth, with in-vessel systems beginning to make their mark
Discussion has begun about sustainable consumption and production - but business seems unaware that a new area of environmental policy is opening up
The Government has backed a huge expansion in aiport capacity, linked to a plan to bring the sector's greenhouse gas emissions into the EU emissions trading scheme
The Environment Agency has unveiled a new policy on financial provisions for landfill sites following legal rulings which have undermined the current regime
The survey conducted jointly with IEMA reveals widespread concern over the effectiveness of environmental management systems and the quality of certification
The Directive requires good ecological status by 2015 - but how will this be defined and when will it become clear how many waters must be improved?
The pre-Budget report included minor adjustments to the climate and aggregates levies, but decisions on pesticides, waste and home energy efficiency were deferred
Cleansing Service Group has received the largest waste fine ever for offences surrounding a serious fire at its Gloucestershire site - and the discovery of illegally buried wastes
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