The Environment Bill has returned to parliament with new powers on plastic waste and a requirement for ministers to review and report on international green law. Here's what you need to know about what's new and what has been retained... Read more
The Environment Bill
Everything you need to know about the Environment Bill, which sets out how the government intends to maintain environmental standards as the UK leaves the EU
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Environmental rules and standards have become a sticking point in Brexit negotiations and are at risk of becoming outdated and less effective over time, according to a network of academics
A draft standard for undertaking biodiversity net gain on development projects and estates has been published for consultation by the national standards body for the UK
Amendments to align the UK’s particulate matter targets with World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines have been rejected by MPs scrutinising the Environment Bill, on the advice of DEFRA minister Rebecca Pow
The measures in the Environment Bill mandating biodiversity net gain in new building projects could be undermined if developers rely on generalised assumptions about the value of different habitats, a consultancy has warned
An amendment to the Environment Bill, attempting to commit the government to reducing concentrations of small particulate matter, failed at the first hurdle. Adam Branson asks why ministers are resisting calls to set tougher targets in line with the World Health Organisation
The Environment Bill contains provisions relating to water quality and abstraction that are causing concern, especially as post Brexit trade negotiations draw near. James Fair reports
With the Environment Bill’s parliamentary journey suspended in light of the Covid-19 crisis, Simon Pickstone looks back at the key developments in MPs’ scrutiny of the bill this week
As pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft Environment Bill gets under way, some MPs and peers have already set their own ‘green lines’. Where will the flashpoints arise?
The landmark Environment Bill would make significant changes to laws relating to air quality, water resources, waste management, nature improvement and chemicals, and sets out how a new green watchdog would enforce environmental rules. Here’s what you need to know.
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