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Despite all the green trimmings, the Transport Secretary's Heathrow decision is bad news.
UK’s largest waste company pleads guilty over toxic gas plume that hospitalised four staff.
Three new directorates should be in place by April.
Job losses are expected in sectors most exposed to the downturn.
Government-established private companies claim not to be subject to freedom of information requirements.
Double-counting could be a problem in the latest version of the government’s scheme.
A beach on the Firth of Forth faces being designated as radioactive contaminated land if left unremediated.
DEFRA proposes ranking to raise awareness of sustainable clothing.
Views are mixed over the future of landfill tax and possible bans.
The findings of a new report will mean tighter limits on chemical exposures.
DP World is pressing ahead with a major port development on brownfield land adjoining the Thames estuary.
The CC's first report has received a warm welcome. Where to now?
The EUETS has been radically recast for its next phase but many details remain to be sorted out.
The UK’s environment agencies are consulting on their draft river basin management plans.
The Commission is under pressure over plans to modify criteria for classifying persistent substances.
The cost of repairing the damaged caused by the world's banks will constrain green policy for years.
The High Court has ruled in favour of a Suffolk sea defence.
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