Councils have been left unable to reliably model levels of nitrogen dioxide because official tools are inaccurate, a consultancy claims
EIA Directive 2014: Changes to environmental impact assessment regulations in the UK that came into force on 16 May
Ratification by the EU and seven of its members will make the Minimata Convention legally binding from mid-August
A growing number of high-profile companies are adopting carbon reduction targets based on their contribution to global emissions and the Paris Agreement. Paul Hatchwell looks at how a more science-based approach is giving firms greater confidence about their sustainability goals and the resources needed
The Science-Based Targets Initiative has produced a draft guide to developing science-based targets.
Paul Hatchwell: The Paris Agreement seem far removed from the daily concerns of businesses balancing energy efficiency and emissions reduction investments against other compliance and competitiveness issues. But it is not.
Tall trees may concentrate pollutant emissions by contributing to urban canyon effects, say researchers
Councillors have put Edinburgh into the race to have Scotland’s first low-emission zone
It is still not clear what will happen to environmental legislation after Brexit if the Conservative Party is re-elected in June – but air and resources are unlikely to be priorities
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