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
The waste industry is unimpressed with Environment Agency comments that the sector needs to regulate itself better and should sanction its own members
The way in which natural resources are managed in Wales is being changed through better policy integration and regulatory tweaks
ENDS asked key green groups which actions Michael Gove should prioritise during his time at DEFRA and concludes that the new environment secretary has his work cut out
Controversial changes to renewable heat incentive tariffs and sustainability criteria have been delayed again due to the snap general election
Dr Chris Tuppen, founder of Advancing Sustainability Ltd with 27 years experience in sustainability, shares his careers insights
Biomethane could play a significant role in decarbonising heat and transport in the UK but it faces policy uncertainty and competing priorities for its use. Paul Hatchwell investigates
The London Waste and Recycling Board plans to spend £50m over the next three years to boost recycling in the capital
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