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Paul Hatchwell: In the dying days of March, a reprieve for the huge Fiddler’s Ferry power station in Cheshire provided some relief for a government facing an unexpectedly fast closure of fossil fuel baseload capacity. But the reprieve is only short term
ENDS and SocEnv’s extensive survey of the environmental profession shows a landslide in favour of remaining within the bloc
By-products from coal-fired power generation provide a low-cost ingredient for building products and form a vital part of the construction sector’s sustainability strategy. Decarbonisation will leave a gap to fill, Paul Hatchwell reports
Richard Macrory: A case which concerned carrying out waste operations without a permit has been brought back to court for a new prosecution under the voluntary bill of indictment
Cathryn Spence: There is no one-size-fits all solution to managing extreme weather events. But looking beyond traditional defences and taking a joined-up approach could have far-reaching benefits
Anne Johnstone: UK industries should be more aware of, and involved in, producing statutory EU guidance to avoid making unexpected alterations to their processes
Murray Sayce was appointed UK head of sustainability at consultancy Ramboll Environ on 4 March
The first round of the Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme (ESOS) closed at the end of January with 5,939 businesses reporting. This month's infographic looks at what the data reveals
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