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  • Glenmorangie Distillery stills

    SEPA consults on nine sector plans

    The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has opened consultation on plans to drive resource efficiency across agriculture, manufacturing, construction and other sectors, in a move intended to lift the sectors “beyond compliance”

  • Illustration of Heathrow's proposed third runway

    Heathrow unveils plan for ‘carbon neutral growth’

    Electric flights and the elimination of aircraft stacking are amongst some of the measures Heathrow has set out in its new plan for “carbon neutral growth growth" once its third runway is built

  • BBC Broadcasting House

    BBC adopts science-based carbon target

    The BBC has pledged to slash its corporate carbon emissions, act as an “exemplar” of sustainable broadcasting and better inform the public of environmental matters

  • The Treasury, headquartered in Westminster, is weighing in on many areas of environmental policy

    DEFRA vs Treasury: Who will win the battle over environmental standards?

    As ministers battle it out over the UK’s Brexit strategy, reports have emerged that the Treasury is undermining DEFRA’s environmental ambitions. Simon Pickstone investigates

  • Diary at Sandyford farm in Scotland

    The debrief: How Nestlé halved its emissions and slashed its water use

    Food and drink giant Nestlé has cut water use by 60% and halved its greenhouse gas emissions over the past 10 years. Paul Hatchwell looks at its award-winning approach and lessons learned

  • Flooded business

    Government rejects mandatory climate risk disclosure

    The government has decided not to force large companies and asset owners to report on their exposure to climate change risks and opportunities, although green pension reforms will go ahead

  • Gudrun Cartwright

    Business can help us all do our bit to live within 1.5˚C

    Gudrun Cartwright: From emboldening policymakers to make the right decisions to creating a low-carbon system, business has a role in helping society take the steps needed to limit global warming

  • Slaves sitting in a room in London

    Biffa signs up to modern slavery alliance

    Biffa has become the latest waste management firm to join the the Slave-Free Alliance following increasing reports that the modern day slavery is disproportionately rife in the waste sector

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