The UK has a waste capacity problem. Countries including Malaysia, China and Indonesia have stopped accepting waste for recyling. Amid talk of a ban on waste polastic exports to non-OECD countries, David Burrows asks what options the UK has left. Click on the link below to read this month's cover story.
Also in the issue we look at China's dramatic drop in air pollution levels since the outbreak of coronavirus.
And we interview former special adviser Sam Hall, who heads a network of Conservative backbenchers committed to environmental action.