A Nottingham man has been fined after a location tracker linked him to dumped chemical barrels
Glasgow City Council is preparing to set up the first low-emission zone in Scotland by the end of 2018, applying at first to buses
Commonly used alternatives to bisphenol A accelerate the growth of breast cancer cells, says a US-UK study
A High Court judgement in a case brought by three environmental NGOs means the rules on capping legal costs will have to be rewritten – but only slightly
The government’s new plan to tackle roadside air quality is an improvement on its predecessors but still looks vulnerable to legal action. Gareth Simkins investigates
Refusing firms permission to use highly hazardous substances would cost the EU £3.72bn a year but incur benefits of only £249m, says ECHA
A DEFRA-commissioned report has identified barriers to natural capital investment and recommended the creation of a Natural Capital Investment Bank
A new regime to monitor the quality of drinking water is expected to significantly cut the amount of sampling water companies need to carry out. DEFRA is also proposing to remove a cap on fees that local authorities can charge water companies
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