More than half of all chalk streams and nearly a quarter of rivers in England are at risk from drying out, according to WWF, and action must be taken to avoid this
Solar PV deployment continued its ascent last year, but are the technology’s prospects starting to dim?
Isabella Kaminski: We went to press as the UK began formal negotiations on leaving the EU. It is an important moment for the UK politically, but an absolutely crucial one for its environment
The European branch of Japan’s Mizkan Group has been ordered to pay up for breaching EU regulations on greenhouse gas emissions
A farmer has been found negligent after a slurry spill killed hundreds of fish in the river Frome
A serial waste criminal who made a substantial profit while harming the local environment has narrowly avoided jail
The Environment Agency will face a judicial review of its on-end of-waste decision for re-refined oil, which the industry says is hampering investment
ExxonMobil’s ethylene plant in Fife is being investigated after it released a pall of smoke from an emergency flare for nine days
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