The government has published the first of hundreds of statutory instruments that will be required to convert EU law into domestic law ahead of Brexit day, including draft regulations to amend legislation on the deployment of low-carbon electricity generation in the UK
Richard Macrory: Court holds wind farm developer’s financial offers to local community was irrelevant to planning decision as there was no real link between proposed benefits and development
Wind farm developers and councils need to pay close attention to planning law when dealing with payments to communities hosting the developments, experts say. Catherine Early investigates
The loss of access to environmental justice remains one of the most pressing concerns when the UK leaves the EU, according to Scottish government advisers
The London mayor’s vision to tackle the city’s environmental challenges up to 2050 has been published in full
The long-term green strategy for London up to 2050 has been published by the mayor of London
Backroom talks over EU legislation on renewable energy and energy efficiency have again ended in deadlock, with MEPs and government delegates failing to agree a raft of issues
New figures show Scotland increased the amount of waste processed through either anaerobic digestion or composting by 20.4% in 2016
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