When it comes to Brexit, we tend to find that the issues that appear uncertain when we go to press remain so when the journal arrives with subscribers. Could this time be different?
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?
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How did the handful of businesses that have overturned Environment Agency permitting decisions manage to succeed at appeal?
National Infrastructure Commission chair Sir John Armitt explains how environmental considerations are shaping the powerful body’s recommendations to ministers
England's nature regulator has faced deep cuts in central funding since 2008 and could lose another £8m in the next financial year. ENDS looks at how the funding squeeze is affecting its work
The UK has tried to ban some chemicals faster than other EU members want, the environment minister has claimed. How do the facts stack up?
One Midlands scheme aims to show that with the right strategy and people in place, district licensing can throw off the ‘licence to trash’ label
Debate is raging over whether the UK should request extending its EU membership after the 29 March deadline. Simon Pickstone asks how it would impact the waste and chemicals sectors
Packham and co have set up Wild Justice to keep DEFRA, Natural England and the rest of the UK nature regulators’ feet to fire. James Fair reports
England and Scotland are pressing ahead with separate versions of deposit return schemes for plastic bottles, but divergence could lead to fraud and confusion, finds Conor McGlone
Brexit is opening up the doors to the prospect of divergence in environmental standards across the UK, finds Conor McGlone, setting the scene set for an increase in ‘waste tourism’
Parts of southern Glasgow and Rutherglen are seriously contaminated with historic industrial waste. Gareth Simkins looks into why it is taking so long to tackle
A developer has been given the green light to build a port terminal on 'one of the UK’s best brownfields for invertebrates', drawing criticism from green groups. Adam Branson reports
Organisations must notify the Environment Agency by 5 December 2019 to comply with their obligations under a scheme requiring large firms to assess their energy use
Post-Brexit governance: Why the devolved administrations are reluctant to collaborate with Westminster
As EU exit day looms, the devolved administrations have been slow to prepare their post-Brexit plans for the environment. Simon Pickstone asks what’s causing the delay
A look at the latest estimates of direct abstraction from non-tidal surface water and groundwater
If decisions affecting health become subject to more intense court scrutiny, many more areas of environmental law could be opened up to challenge
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