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The rush for "solutions" to ward off climate change could overlook threats from patterns of economic growth.
A new water strategy will be based on a drier climate and stronger framework for leakage.
WWF spins off its chemicals campaign.
Sites failing environmental management standards are named.
Action to cut greenhouse gases must be rapid, says IPCC.
Delayed guidance on contaminated land risk assessment is hampering efforts to determine polluted sites.
Redland Minerals and Crest Nicholson are fighting a remediation notice.
A legal framework for sustainable palm oil production for biofuels is needed, say NGOs.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency is failing to track scrapped car compliance.
Multi-million pound benefits result from harmful chemicals controls.
The rush to reduce vehicles’ CO2 emissions could have unwelcome effects on human health, scientists have warned. Recent studies have highlighted the need for more research into the air quality implications of biodiesel and ethanol use.
Plans to reform the EU integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) Directive may be delayed.
Royal Mail's plans to become carbon neutral emphasise cuts in supply chain emissions.
Measures to tackle urban diffuse pollution will struggle to achieve good ecological status.
EU proposals for controls on hazardous substances in water should be more flexible, say water companies.
The European Commission is consulting on sustainability standards for biofuels.
The EU’s chemical assessment regime may not be suitable for gauging the environmental risks posed by future nanotechnology products, an expert committee has warned.1
The High Court has rejected the Environment Agency's stance on 'piggybacking' waste permit applications.
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