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The Springwatch presenter is fronting an initiative which aims to ensure environmental regulators are upholding the law. Who is in its crosshairs?
Lawyers are trying to establish whether an act requiring public bodies to consider environmental issues when making procurement decisions confers similar duties on local authorities. Isabella Kaminski reports
The Environment Agency has revised conditions for a swathe of permitting conditions for the most common regulated activities. Gareth Simkins investigates
Stroud District Council almost doubled its recycling rate in two years. Could its strategy be replicated elsewhere and used to reverse a nationwide stagnation?
A consultation on a planned plastic packaging tax, one of the government’s flagship policies designed to combat the proliferation of single-use plastics, closes on 12 May 2019
With around 34,700 medium combustion plants operating in the UK, the impacts of new EU rules limiting emissions of certain pollutants into the air from such plants are already being felt
A Conservative MP's claim that “surplus waste incinerator capacity is taking pressure off efforts to recycle”, has rekindled an ongoing debate
Troubled environment regulator Natural Resources Wales is pushing through a restructure, despite opposition from staff. What will the changes mean for industry and nature?
A case involving Tate Modern's viewing gallery shows developers cannot rely on the planning process as protection against privacy rights
‘The Thames Great Wet Wipe Reef’, hidden along the banks of London's iconic river, is growing. What is the scale of the problem and is it being addressed?
Port Talbot Steelworks in south Wales tops a table of the UK’s biggest carbon emitters, according to an analysis of EU ETS data published in April
A requirement to examine the impact of policymaking on innovation is set to enter EU law for the first time. Simon Pickstone examines whether it threatens environmental principles - and what it means for Brexit Britain
The UK has done much to reduce its carbon emissions since 1990 but transport remains stuck in the slow lane, according to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
The Oxford-Cambridge Arc will "achieve net gains in biodiversity and natural capital", says the government. Adam Branson looks at how it plans to embed nature into the project from the start
Cumbria County Council has approved a major new deep coal mine that will release an estimated 450 million tonnes of CO2 over its lifetime. James Fair looks at how it weighed up the economic and climate change implications
A debate has been raging over whether the practice of using netting to prevent birds nesting should be allowed or even made a criminal offence. Rachel Salvidge reports
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