While work continues at pace to establish the Office for Environmental Protection – the crucial watchdog that is intended to hold the government to its green commitments after Brexit – concerns that ministers’ actions don’t live up to their words continue to mount.
Dame Glenys Stacey has big ambitions for her crucial role as head of the watchdog set up to hold the government to its environmental commitments after Brexit. But what approach will she take to enforcement, and will she be given the independence and funding she needs to succeed?
Risk review - second quarter, 2021: The most important prosecutions and court rulings of the past three months and the key compliance deadlines and policy changes to anticipate in the near future
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The Oxford-Cambridge Arc is viewed by policymakers as an opportunity to put the government’s flagship 25-Year Environment Plan into action. But the growth initiative has also been heavily criticised by environmental groups, who warn that the plans pose a major threat to wildlife
The number of here persistently poorly managed sites increased in England in 2019, according to an analysis by ENDS and 87% of those sites were in the waste sector
Will the National Infrastructure Bank really finance the ‘green industrial revolution’?
A project to restore native oyster beds has been launched in Scotland with an aim to reduce marine pollution in Britain's seas
The debrief: How an innovative beach restoration scheme is helping to protect homes and industry from flooding
Concrete and rock have long been the go-to materials for coastal defences, but an innovative scheme on the Norfolk coast looked instead to restoring and reprofiling a beach to help protect homes and industry from North Sea storm
Firms have long been held responsible in the eyes of the public, if not the law, for the activities of their subsidiaries abroad, but recent cases show the courts are catching up
The latest iteration of London’s key planning blueprint contains new environmental requirements, including that proposed developments should manage biodiversity impacts
The number of pollution incidents recorded by the Environment Agency are falling ENDS looks at the data
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