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Isabella Kaminski: After the initial shock of the EU referendum result, UK politics went into overdrive for three weeks of confusion, dissolution and resolution
The environmental sector is preparing to defend and build on four decades of EU-inspired improvements in environmental quality
NRW chief executive Emyr Roberts talks to Isabella Kaminski about the challenges of the body’s first three years, how it has dealt with criticism and the big changes on the horizon
Local councils have much responsibility and little power when it comes to tackling air pollution. Oxford and York are pioneering innovative ways to improve their city centres. Gareth Simkins investigates
Corporate reporting is now a mainstream business, but how has it changed and does it still serve environmental needs? Paul Hatchwell talks to Paul Scott, managing director of Corporate Register
While environmental career prospects face uncertainty ahead of Brexit, some fields such as law, consultancy and civil services are likely to benefit
Richard Macrory: A case over conditions imposed on fishing licences illustrates the need for caution by judges when handling complex scientific evidence provided by environmental regulators
Borrowing a technique used in medical science can offer definitive conclusions on chemical toxicity, says environmental scientist Paul Whaley
Howard Price: After years of inadequate and ever-changing guidance on identifying contaminated land, the axing of funding from next year will leave local authorities in an even worse position
CR has grown rapidly across the globe, emerging from almost nowhere in 1990 to become an increasingly mainstream activity. Our infographic looks at progress so far
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