ECO CHAMBER PODCAST: Dirty cities, banned pesticides, and could Henry VIII powers see green rules get the chop?

Listen as the ENDS Report team reveals England's filthiest and cleanest cities, explores why the wheels are coming off the environmental regulators, and looks at why pesticides banned for use in the UK are being produced here and sent abroad

Every fortnight, the ENDS team runs down the biggest green news stories, shines a spotlight on some pretty nasty chemicals, and takes a forensic look at one of the more deep-rooted environmental issues facing us today.

In this fifth episode, the team explores:

  • England's dirtiest and cleanest cities
  • Why staff at the environmental regulators are at the end of their tether 
  • How a new Brexit Freedoms Bills could kick off a new deregulation drive
  • Whether developers can really make life better for nature
  • And why pesticides banned for use in the UK are being sent abroad

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