Growing suggestions that the precautionary principle could be dropped or watered down have been confronted by peers and campaigners
Cost was the over-riding reason behind DEFRA’s limited efforts to secure air quality improvements, the High Court has heard in a case brought by ClientEarth
In a historic referendum on 23 June 2016, the UK to leave the European Union, which it had joined in 1972. ENDS takes a look at the complexities of exiting from a four-decade long political and legal relationship, and examines what this means for the future of environmental regulation in the UK.
A judicial review is being prepared against a third runway at Heathrow as campaigners await a final decision on the delayed project
A senior figure in the Environment Agency’s waste team has made an early departure as part of the organisation’s redundancy drive
Waste fires continue to blight the industry. But with the regulator rejecting more than half of fire prevention plans so far, who is at fault and what steps can waste companies take to gain approvals? Conor McGlone reports
The Environment Agency's guidance on fire prevention plans sets out measures that waste companies can put in place to ensure their plans are approved, but it allows some alternative measures to be used
MPs have called for stronger support for flexible low-carbon solutions to electricity supply and demand, and for caution on withdrawing from the EU’s internal energy market
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