The government must learn lessons from the Green Deal energy efficiency scheme which cost taxpayers £240m, the Public Accounts Committee has concluded
Another water company has received a stiff sentence for polluting a watercourse with raw sewage
The Cabinet Office has disregarded a request to explain how it plans to coordinate government action on air quality
The Environmental Audit Committee has begun an inquiry into the effect of the Leave vote on the natural environment
The European Commission has compiled a blacklist of 37 plant and animal species that member states must ensure do not spread
Proposals for sharing the effort of carbon reduction between EU countries have been published, but they contain a number of flexibilities
The National Measurement and Regulation Office, which was absorbed into the government in April, claims its enforcement activities had a positive environmental impact in 2015/16
Two chemicals could be subject to regulatory action under the EU’s chemicals regime, according to new proposals from Italy and Austria
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
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
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
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
Large infrastructure projects are just one of the factors changing the way green consultants work. Top environmental consultants came together at ENDS roundtable event to discuss the latest industry trends.
The EU has a big influence in British environmental policy and standards, making environmental professionals relatively well informed about its workings. Does the UK environmental profession respect the EU and want Britain to remain, or has familiarity bred contempt? In association with Society for the Environment ENDS surveyed the profession to find out.
As we emerge from recession prospects are looking up for the environmental consultancy market. ENDS, with the help of a group of environmental consultants, look at the opportunities on the horizon
The UK jobs market has been a tough place to navigate over the past few years, and environmental careers have not escaped lightly in the downturn. But there are strong signs we are turning a corner, and optimism is growing.
In this supplement we review the current state of the environmental careers market and look ahead to the coming year.
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