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
The UK’s largest supermarket chain has been prosecuted for a major petrol spill in Lancashire that killed many fish
Ofwat has fined Thames Water for missing its leakage reduction target by 47 million litres per day and is considering further enforcement action
Pressure on parliament to pass the Great Repeal Bill could have unintended consequences for marine plastic pollution
A trial of Thames region’s first natural flood management scheme has started but demonstrating benefits and allocating liability is proving difficult
The largest dairy in Wales has been fined for repeatedly polluting a stream in Carmarthen with slurry and effluent
Non-statutory guidance on monitoring emissions to air and water had been issued in final draft form by EU experts
The Scottish regulator’s enforcement approach has come in for criticism, although it is meeting almost all of its corporate objectives
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