The year in review: 2019

It’s been a big year for green policy with Brexit preparations and climate concerns driving much of the change, although many flagship policies are still a work in progress. ENDS takes a look back over the most interesting developments of the year.

January

The year began with the Clean Air Strategy promising to cut exposure to fine particulates and overhaul the local air quality management regime. It also mooted environmental permitting for non-road mobile machinery and intensive beef and dairy farms. But experts criticised it as being vague and unambitious, and for leaving out road transport emissions.

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