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Charges on inefficient products needed to engage consumers, says Green Alliance.
Pesticide pollution incidents in England and Wales quadrupled in 2004 as a result of sheep dips, according to the Environment Agency's latest pesticides use report.1
Environment Minister Elliot Morley urged digital television suppliers to commit to an EU code of conduct on energy efficiency. Without action, energy consumption of consumer electronics could almost double by 2010.1
SEPA is allowing Scottish Power to burn sewage sludge in breach of EU law.
Ruling forces Environment Agency to redraft PPC landfill permits.
Spiralling costs could limit offshore wind power capacity, adding pressure for support.
Friends of the Earth has forced the government into a fresh consultation on corporate reporting.
Commercial and industrial waste landfill diversion goals and targets to recycle 40% of household waste by 2010 are highlights of proposals to revise England's waste strategy.1
The DTI's energy review will include options to cut greenhouse emissions and increase supply security, while the Health and Safety Executive will look into pre-licensing nuclear plants to fast track the planning process.1
A technical group advising government on implementation of the water framework Directive is consulting on proposals for the environmental standards and conditions required to achieve "good ecological status".1
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