A cruise liner terminal in London looks set to go ahead, despite lingering concerns about its impact on air pollution
Ben Kite became managing director at the ecological planning consultancy, Ecological Planning & Research in November. Here he shares some career insights.
Changes have been proposed to the environmental impact assessment process for building and operating railways, trams, highways and harbours
ENDS spoke to environmental recruitment consultants JSM Associates and Allen & York about key recruitment trends facing the sector this year and how these developments could affect career aspirations.
Ancient woodland has been removed from HS2 and the DfT’s biodiversity offsetting metric after pressure from Natural England and the Woodland Trust
Development of the Swansea Bay Tidal Project has been encouraged in the long-awaited Hendry Review
Horse Hill Developments is seeking permission to change its environmental permit so it can conduct further testing and drilling for oil under Surrey Weald after record flows were discovered
Plans to develop a large-scale, CfD-supported energy-from-waste plant in Essex have been scuppered by the EA due to concerns over emissions
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