ENDS Report Weekly, 25 August 2011

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Analysis

  • Analysis

    It's been painful but we're still here – Leinster

    The UK’s environmental regulator has shed thousands of staff, but its chief executive is content that only a minority have left through compulsory redundancy
  • Analysis

    High hopes for a green recovery laid low

    At a time when the UK’s green economy badly needs a boost, the government’s newly published roadmap leaves many unimpressed. David Carr and James Richens investigate
  • Analysis

    Moving food waste out of landfill and into AD

    The UK aims to avoid sending household food waste to landfill by recycling it into fertiliser and biogas. Philip Lightowlers and Nicholas Schoon examine whether council’s food waste collections and anaerobic digestion plants can fulfill their potential

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