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Environmental policymaking is gaining ground despite anti-regulatory pressures.
Environment Agency chairman Sir John Harman has challenged the government over regulation.
Bills to tackle climate change and road congestion were included in The Queen’s Speech.
Safety concerns were raised about BP's Texas City refinery before it exploded.
Most UK airlines have refused to issue carbon dioxide emissions data.
Underperformance by some member states is jeopardising the EU's ability to meet its GHG emissions commitment.
A permit variation means Hanson Building Products can operate its polluting Stewartby brickworks.
An NHS Agency procurement strategy is leading the way among government departments.
Hopes are pinned on plasma gasification to dispose of municipal waste.
The next biofuels generation could increase yields and cut carbon, but lack support.
Findings flag flaws and strengths of environmental management systems and certifiers.
Sir Nicholas Stern's report on climate change economics backs mitigation.
Further measures to tackle business CO2 emissions have been proposed.
The European Commission has outlined plans to review the EU emissions trading scheme (EUETS).
A High Court decision on EU landfill Directive requirements will mean renegotiation of many waste contracts.
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