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  • Isabella Kaminski, deputy editor, ENDS Report

    Greening the debate

    Isabella Kaminski: It will not be a surprise to ENDS Report readers that the environmental profession is staunchly pro-EU

  • Jane Burston, head of climate and environment, National Physical Laboratory

    Improving monitoring in the shale gas industry

    Jane Burston: A methane leak on an unprecedented scale in the US highlights the need to accelerate better regulation and monitoring technologies in the UK

  • Richard Macrory, professor of environmental law, University College London

    Maintaining highways versus tree preservation

    A council’s duty to maintain highways gives it the right to fell trees and takes priority over an obligation to preserve them, a court has ruled. The case has a number of wider implications

  • Kevin McKinley, acting secretary general, ISO

    Global collaboration the key to tackling climate change

    Kevin McKinley: Now that the world seems finally willing to act on climate change, a number of international standards are being developed to help organisations reach their goals

  • Paul Hatchwell, climate and energy editor, ENDS Report

    A complex goodbye

    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

  • Murray Sayce

    Insider insight: Murray Sayce

    Murray Sayce was appointed UK head of sustainability at consultancy Ramboll Environ on 4 March

  • Cathryn Spence

    Resilient flood risk plans rely on us understanding nature

    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, Ramboll Environ

    Why the Sevilla process needs more attention

    Anne Johnstone: UK industries should be more aware of, and involved in, producing statutory EU guidance to avoid making unexpected alterations to their processes

  • Richard Macrory, professor of environmental law, University College London

    Waste facility case returns to court after ‘error in law’

    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

  • Paul Hatchwell is climate and energy editor at the ENDS Report

    A capacity for narrative

    Paul Hatchwell: After several years of rapid expansion, shell-shocked investors are now holding back from committing to new renewable energy projects, even offshore wind

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