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Sustainability reports are focusing on corporate governance rather than identifying key non-financial risks and opportunities
Emissions of hydrofluorocarbons are much higher than previously believed, new official figures show
Thermal treatment of contaminated soils appears to be taking off with two UK companies in the market for mobile incinerators
A report on sustainable development for magazine publishers fails to recommend increased use of recycled materials or to support forest certification
Thames and Anglian Water have each denied obstructing Environment Agency water pollution investigations before a House of Commons Committee
The Commons Transport Committee wants to see more Government action to reduce car CO2 emissions to meet targets for 2010
The Environment Agency has warned the DTI that delays in finalising the WEEE regulations jeopardise its ability to complete implementation before next August's deadline
The case for acid gas emissions trading put by the UK and Dutch governments found little favour at a recent EU conference
The Government wants to greatly increase the allocation given to industry under the EU emissions trading scheme - but faces a rough ride from the European Commission
Shell Chemicals is taking a proactive stance towards the new EU chemicals policy, and is seeking to influence the way that the regime will work in practice
Ofwat is confident that water companies are on top of the leakage issue, but Severn Trent believes that leaks are widely underestimated
The European Court of Justice has ruled on the meaning of the term eutrophication - with potentially important repercussions for the UK
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