The House of Lords will debate an amendment today intended to fill the environmental ‘governance gap’ in the EU (Withdrawal) Bill
The government has suffered a defeat on its key Brexit bill after peers backed an amendment that would limit the power of ministers to change existing environmental protections from EU law without the approval of parliament
The European Parliament endorsed on Wednesday a package of legislation setting binding targets on waste and recycling, a key part of the EU's ambitions for a more 'circular' economy
Jamie Carpenter: Fears are growing that Michael Gove’s new environment watchdog will not be up and running in time for the UK’s exit from the EU, just over a year from now. But does that matter?
Natural England needs adequate resources and independence to be effective but currently has neither, according to a House of Lords report
Peers yesterday urged ministers to put in place provisions to ensure that a governance gap does not open up on environmental issues after Brexit as the UK and EU announced they had agreed terms for the Brexit transition period
The way that the UK’s administrations have implemented EU rules on medium-scale combustion units has added complexity to the regime and raised the prospect of double regulation in some instances. Gareth Simkins investigates
Figures show a year-on-year rise in packaging recycling but the latest rate is down on 2013 and some believe more packaging is being produced than officially acknowledged. Conor McGlone investigates
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