Exeter is the cleanest city in England, according to an in-depth analysis of environmental data by ENDS Report, which has put the city at the top of a new ranking of the country’s 55 largest urban centres... Read more
With just days to go to the crunch climate talks in Glasgow, read our guide to the key items on the agenda and what to expect if you are going
The Environment Bill’s flagship biodiversity net gain measure is intended to deliver more development - and more nature. Here’s everything you need to know about the duties the bill will place on developers and decision-makers, the market the mechanism will create and practical lessons from where net gain has already been implemented
Risk review – second quarter, 2022: The policy changes that need to be on your radar and the compliance deadlines to prepare for in the next three months and beyond. PLUS the most important prosecutions and court rulings of the past three months
Risk review – first quarter, 2022: The policy changes that need to be on your radar and the compliance deadlines to prepare for in the first three months of 2022 and beyond. PLUS the most important prosecutions and court rulings of the past three months
The Liberal Democrats are seeking to weaponise river sewage pollution ahead of next month's local elections, as part of the party's attempt to take ‘Blue Wall’ seats from Conservatives. But which local councils have the biggest sewage pollution problem? ENDS has crunched the numbers to find out
In 2021, the UK exported 469,405 tonnes of plastic waste, an analysis of official data by ENDS has found. Click through to see where this waste was sent using our interactive map
Storm overflows in England discharged untreated sewage into rivers and the sea more than 370,000 times in 2021, official data published this week revealed. Click through to explore the data using our interactive map
The debrief: How a coastal flood defence project successfully piloted a new global standard for nature-based solutions
A project that realigned 11 kilometres of the West Sussex coast, allowing low-lying land to be reclaimed by the sea and creating new wetland habitats, has become a ‘flagship’ nature-based solutions scheme and the first of its kind to successfully pilot a new global standard
The debrief: How reuniting a Scottish burn with its floodplain is expected to deliver wider environmental benefits
A river restoration project in Scotland is seeking to deliver multiple environmental benefits, including reducing flood risk and helping create new habitats for struggling species such as Atlantic salmon
The debrief: How a habitat restoration project is delivering environmental gains with a growing focus on carbon storage
A landscape-scale conservation project in Cambridgeshire that is seeking to connect two national nature reserves is evolving to reflect the importance of soil recovery and carbon sequestration for tackling climate change
The debrief: How a renewable energy scheme is seeking to use water from a disused coal mine to deliver low-carbon heat
A local authority on Tyneside is seeking to provide renewable heat for buildings, including a leisure centre and a block of flats, using mine water from an abandoned colliery
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Through the Environment (Wales) Act, Natural Resources Wales has a new duty to pursue the sustainable management of natural resources (SMNR). Under the Act, NRW is also required to provide Area Statements that set out the natural resources in an area, the benefits they provide, and the priorities.
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