Lawyers are calling for an independent supervisory body and new national mechanisms to hold government and public authorities to account for their environmental law responsibilities after Brexit
Volkswagen has refused to pay the cost of setting up a post-dieselgate government market surveillance unit, although it has contributed to testing car pollution compliance
Landowners are more likely to face hefty fines on fly-tipping because of a lack of awareness about their waste obligations
A Northern Ireland court has issued an offender with a hefty confiscation order after it was argued his crimes would have generated proceeds worth £138,000
A series of technical amendments to contracts for difference have been enacted after a long delay, cutting costs, boosting visibility and supplier cash flow
Owners of Volkswagen cars in the UK are pursuing a £3.6bn claim for compensation for VW’s use of an emissions cheat device
Northern Ireland has been lumped with a bill of up to £405m over the next 20 years as a result of over-subscription to its RHI scheme
Climate change litigation has a long history, but it is now going through an exciting and creative period mixing law, science and grassroots campaigning, discovers Isabella Kaminski
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