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Budget cuts at DEFRA have forced the Environment Agency to cut inspections and shelve plans to combat fly-tipping
A massive engineering project to protect the Thames from sewer overflows has been given an initial go-ahead
Conservation groups have warned that many proposed sites for offshore wind farms may fall foul of EU rules on preserving habitats
An investigation has been launched into claims that the packaging regime disadvantages firms outside compliance schemes
Electronics giant Philips is increasing the number of "green flagship" products with a better environmental performance than competitors
Ofwat has been told to cut water companies' investment plans back to little more than the minimum needed to meet statutory obligations
Important details of the UK's emissions trading allocation will not be finalised for several months - and other Member States are struggling to finalise their plans by the deadline
The Environment Agency has called for urgent clarification of key details of the proposed package to implement the WEEE Directive
Business in the Environment is looking at ways to shore up the value of its index of corporate environmental engagement
Essex & Suffolk Water is coping with soaring demand for water in a part of the country that already suffers from water scarcity
Key environmental measures cover climate change agreements, lorry road user charging, road fuel duty and energy efficiency
A review of innovation in renewable energy points to big shifts in support for biomass, marine technologies and photovoltaics
The Court of Appeal has struck out a claim of negligence against the British Geological Survey - to the consultancy industry's relief
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