‘Highland tigers’ and ‘devastating’ pollution, PLUS interview with Uplift’s Tessa Khan

Listen as the ENDS Report team discusses the release of Scotland's 'highland tigers', the impacts of a devastating fish kill, Uplift's Tessa Khan on Labour's policy plans, and the ethics of lawyers representing the oil and gas industry

Every week, the ENDS team runs down the biggest green news stories across the UK and takes a forensic look at one of the more deep-rooted environmental issues facing us today.

In this 45th episode, we'll be discussing... 

  • An ENDS exclusive that there is only one Natural England staff member to carry out condition assessments for every 73 Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI)

  • How 135,000 fish were killed by a spill from UK's largest liquid fertiliser manufacturer

  • The release of 'highland tigers' into the Caingorms.

And in our deep dive section, we'll be speaking to Uplift's Tessa Khan about the ethics of lawyers representing big oil and gas as well as what Labour energy policies might mean for the UK if elected.