The environment department’s continued attempts to delay publishing its draft air quality plan are a “significant threat to public health”, says a judge
A strong case is being made to policymakers for continuing ambition on the environment after EU withdrawal, reports Isabella Kaminski, but will they listen?
A controversial scheme that started out as a major government initiative to improve organisations’ energy efficiency but has been beset by constant change, will dwindle to a halt in 2019. Paul Hatchwell looks at its successes, failures and the lessons that can be learned
The capture and storage of carbon from biomass and the use of steel slag to trap emissions are among the potentially game-changing negative emissions technologies to receive funding
Using the wrong assumptions can underplay NOx emissions from diesel-fuelled electricity generation, a consultant has warned
An application for a proposed incinerator bottom ash processing plant has been refused by the Environment Agency
Strict rules on soil management, lighting and dust suppression will apply to building works for the high-speed rail link between London and Birmingham
A major explosion at Essar’s Stanlow refinery in Cheshire has led to the largest COMAH fine since the Buncefield disaster of 2005
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