Local authorities have prioritised housing in their local plans over consideration of the long-term effects of climate change, a study has found
Information from the Maritime and Coastguard Agency was used to investigate a US company that deliberately dumped oily waste into UK waters and tried to cover up its actions
Payments for ecosystem services and the natural capital approach could undermine the polluter pays principle and lead to rights redistribution, says a conservation expert
There is a “real opportunity” for environmental industries to drive good policymaking during EU discussions, but they must do more to make themselves heard
The Scottish government has approved a 400MW peak capacity pumped storage scheme in southern Scotland, amid a new surge in interest in the technology
A Scottish construction company has been fined £4,000 for repeatedly discharging surface water run-off contaminated with suspended solids into a watercourse
A Cumbrian plant has until the end of 2021 to cut its effluent’s very high oxygen demand and suspended solid content
Invasive non-native species regulations will drive up water industry costs on monitoring, eradication and management, according to a study
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