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ECOCHAMBER PODCAST: Health and safety gone bad, sheep scraped and the man who blew the lid off the sewage scandal

Listen as the ENDS Report team discusses the safety of the Health and Safety Executive, the latest battle on Dartmoor and the techniques of England's sewage sleuth detective.

Biodiversity / conservation

‘Huge blow’: Police probe as two more hen harriers vanish in northern England

Hen harrier. Image: Pixabay

Two hen harriers have vanished in 'suspicious circumstances' within the Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and North Yorkshire, according to the RSPB, which says their disappearance is a 'huge blow for a struggling species'


Peers reinstate REUL bill amendments as legislative ‘ping pong’ continues

Houses of Parliament. Source - GettyImages, Tim Grist Photography

The Retained EU Law Bill has continued its ‘ping pong’ stage between the House of Lords and the Commons, with peers yesterday voting to reinstate measures rejected by MPs, including amendments to ensure there is 'non-regression' on EU environmental rules and to strengthen the hand of Parliament in deciding which EU laws are revoked or amended

Climate change

Advertising watchdog bans ‘misleading’ fossil fuel ads

Adverts by energy firms Shell UK, Repsol and Petronas have been banned after the Advertising Standards Authority concluded that they were 'misleading' consumers on the climate and environmental benefits of their products


Energy company that exploited the constraint system may be fined £9.78 million


The UK’s second largest electricity generator, SSE, may have to pay £9.78 million for breaching its generation licence at its Loch Ness power station, energy regulator Ofgem has said