Climate change is expected to put coastal towns and infrastructure at growing risk over the coming decades. As sea levels rise, the reality is that it will not be possible to prevent the loss of some areas to the sea
With sea level rise accelerating and storms intensifying, coastal communities and critical assets such as roads, rail lines and power stations are on the frontline of climate change. ENDS looks at what’s at risk on our shifting shores
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Waste giant Biffa is appealing a conviction for illegally exporting waste to China. Its chief executive Michael Topham says the ruling, which cost the firm £600,000, could have implications for the entire waste industry
When Bristol City Council decided to make Avonmouth a waste management hub, little did it foresee what else it may attract. Reports of flies plaguing residents have grown since 2012, but so far no one can explain where they are coming from. James Fair investigates.
£104bn is expected to be invested annually in smart city technologies by 2021, according to the International Data Corporation. But some fear the potential environmental gains are not being given enough weight in digital strategies
There were 533 serious pollution incidents in England in 2018, up 27% on the previous year, with illegal waste activities, waste management activities and farming among the main culprits
The first environmental law case decision of the new decade concerns a question that has been troubling the environmental sector for past five decades: when is something a waste?
Newly adopted BAT conclusions for waste incineration, published in December, provide a new reference for setting permit conditions for energy-from-waste plants
A pipeline designed to increase the resilience of Bristol Water’s supply had to overcome a series of challenges, from protected species to school buses
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