Hundreds of enforcement notices and some civil penalty notices have been issued as the EA seeks to tackle continuing non-compliance with ESOS
Despite improvements the water sector continues to be responsible for large volumes of pollutants entering England’s rivers every year, so what can be done to stem the flow? Rachel Salvidge reports on plans to make private firms strengthen their resilience duties
A precedent for the restriction of general licences for controlling bird populations has been established in Scotland following an appeal
Plans to remove the “perverse advantages” of illegal waste sites over legitimate operators include extending individual liability and due diligence provisions
Thirteen enforcement undertakings have been agreed by the Environment Agency for packaging waste breaches in the last six months, including with Filippo Berio
An informal ruling has been put in place blocking Friends of the Earth from publishing anti-fracking ad campaign
We round up ten of the most popular and important stories from the past year in environmental policy-making, law and management
Despite evidence of increasing awareness and action, non-compliance issues have made it a slow year for the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme. Paul Hatchwell talks to Keith Brierley, senior environment and business adviser for the Environment Agency
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