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November 18, 2019
 
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7 common mistakes that lead firms to fall foul of permitting rules
7 common mistakes that lead firms to fall foul of permitting rules

15 Nov 2019

Failing to have a permit, breaching conditions, polluting watercourses and ignoring enforcement notices are all ways that companies - and occasionally their officers - have been prosecuted under the Environmental Permitting Regulations

 
 

Latest news

 
Thousands of homes set to be built in high risk flood zones

Around 10,000 new homes have been allocated for development in high flood risk areas across 10 local authorities hit by flooding, a new investigation has found

 
Environmental impact standard launched

A new international standard to help organisations evaluate their environmental impacts and dependencies on natural resources has been launched by the International Organisation for Standardisation

 
General election: Lib Dems pledge £100bn climate fund

The Liberal Democrats would spend £100bn tackling the effects of climate change and protecting the environment, should the party come to power in December’s general election

 
Hazardous substances: ECHA to launch first version of new database

The European Chemicals Agency has set October 2020 as the provisional date for rolling out the first version of a database listing substances of concern in articles or complex products

 
 

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General election: Boris Johnson promises ‘green revolution’
General election: Boris Johnson promises ‘green revolution’

14 Nov 2019

The Conservative Party has pledged it will invest £500m in electric car charging infrastructure, boost offshore wind capacity by a further 10GW in ten years and provide more funding to decarbonise heavy industry

 
 
How green is Jo Swinson?
How green is Jo Swinson?

14 Nov 2019

The Lib Dem leader has voted in favour of fracking and selling off state-owned forests but more recently Swinson appears to have developed greener sensitivies. James Fair reports

 
 
Why official data could show a decline in England’s water quality
Why official data could show a decline in England’s water quality

15 Nov 2019

A delay to the publication of a critical river health report and criticism of sampling methods have led observers to question whether DEFRA is obfuscating over the state of England’s water bodies and if the true picture is worse than currently thought. Rachel Salvidge investigates

 
 
Natural England approves destruction of thousands of duck eggs over ‘threat to cyclists’

14 Nov 2019

Natural England has given permission for the destruction of 4,500 mallard eggs over three years to prevent ducks “walking out in front of cyclists” and causing accidents

 

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Principal EIA Consultant JSM Associates, Central London
Sustainability Programme & Data Analyst Heathrow Airport Ltd, Heathrow, Hounslow
Consultant Economist Eunomia Research & Consulting Ltd, Bristol (City Centre), City of Bristol
Principal Consultant Policy Eunomia Research & Consulting Ltd, Bristol (City Centre), City of Bristol
Consultant LCA Eunomia Research & Consulting Ltd, Bristol (City Centre), City of Bristol
 

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