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Chemicals firm Akzo Nobel wants to demolish three homes in Coventry to clean up a legacy of chemical contamination
The Conservative Party wants to cut £477 million from the Environment Department's budget and cut 1,200 Environment Agency jobs
Little or no progress toward Government targets on renewables on CHP was made during 2003/04, according to official data
Existing waste treatment plants look unlikely to produce materials in compliance with forthcoming rules on monolithic wastes
The Forest Stewardship Council is about to re-launch its timber certification scheme with a major redesign of its label and standards
The drive to shift the burden of taxation from 'goods' to environmental 'bads' has stalled, according to the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee
DEFRA has decided to suspend its review of waste site permitting, having concluded that its principal objectives would not be met
A new White Paper on transport promises to work towards a national road pricing scheme in the next decade - but fails to grapple with CO2 emissions
The electricity supply industry appears to have won a greater allocation under the EU emissions trading scheme - leaving the UK national allocation plan in limbo
Economic, societal and regulatory pressures are converging on the chemical industry in Europe forcing major restructuring and a reorientation of its lobby organisations
We examine the Environment Agency's claim that risk-based regulation is paying off for the environment
The High Court has ruled that businesses must carry out adequate risk assessments if they are to escape prosecution for water pollution caused by third parties
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