The ENDS view on the latest Environment Bill amendments... a ‘win for nature’, but more battles to come

Nearly two years after it was first introduced, the shape of the government’s flagship Environment Bill continues to shift, even as it enters the very final stages of its passage through Parliament.

by Jamie Carpenter
George Eustice: Environment secretary has proved unwilling to budge on some of the bill’s more contentious provisions (Photograph: Finnbarr Webster/Getty Images)
George Eustice: Environment secretary has proved unwilling to budge on some of the bill’s more contentious provisions (Photograph: Finnbarr Webster/Getty Images)

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