President Trump and his appointees have moderated their tone on climate change, but previous statements suggest Obama’s environmental legacy is unlikely to survive fully intact
More than a third of consumers are not clear which plastics they can or cannot recycle, making industry targets more difficult to achieve
Heat networks, carbon-negative electricity and peat bog restoration could help meet Scotland’s ambitious 2032 climate goal
Changes to waste spreading in England have been finalised following a business engagement assessment
A campaign to provide SMEs with guidance on duty of care has been expanded into Wales after research found that nearly half of businesses could be breaking the law
Changes to the renewable heat inventive regulations have been proposed to the Northern Ireland Assembly as its politics remains in turmoil
The government has endorsed the Adaptation Sub Committee’s findings that risks associated with flooding, heat, water shortages, biodiversity and pests and diseases need more action
Hugh Jones: Some large companies are deciding to set science-based targets on climate change and are even looking at what might be needed to achieve the 1.5°C ambition. What’s in it for them?
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