Richard Macrory: A recent ruling confirmed the Environment Agency’s insistence that it does not have the power to vary the percentage reduction target for an operator‘s individual agreement
A thinktank is calling on the government to begin reinvesting in domestic energy efficiency as its figures show spending in this area has fallen significantly in recent years
The UK should remain “as close as possible” to REACH and help develop EU industrial emissions guidance during transition, says the Chemical Industries Association
Both domestic and commercial landlords in the private sector are not ready for new energy efficiency regulations, new report suggests
Brexit will mean unravelling a tangle of climate and energy policy. Robert Hodgson investigates the future of both after one of the EU’s leading proponents of energy market integration leaves the union
While it is acknowledged that district heating could play a major part in decarbonising the grid, there are concerns over the regulation of the sector
With the publication of its environment plan, the government has set the scene for the next 25 years, but are people liking the view?
With banked carbon surplus the UK could be on track to meet its climate change goals but experts warn of short-termism, overly-optimistic policy assumptions and opaque data
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