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 developers of a proposed Anglo-French subsea interconnector must not exclude action to mitigate ‘increased anthropogenic noise’ impacts from the project, the marine regulator has warned
Amendments to the fast-track planning regime for big water infrastructure schemes in England will save developers £29m in planning costs, according to government
Ebay and Gumtree have been fined by the EA for failing to comply with energy efficiency rules
DEFRA’s employment bill has tripled, Natural England is increasingly reliant on temporary staff and the Environment Agency has lost people across all pay grades. Gareth Simkins looks at what’s happening to the DEFRA family workforce
Delegates at the forthcoming COP24 climate talks will discuss a rulebook to help implement the 2015 Paris Agreement, but sticking points remain. James Agyepong-Parsons reports
The government is ‘deliberately weakening’ climate change policy by seeking to exclude climate change from its green watchdog, Labour’s shadow Brexit minister has warned
One in five local planning authorities are not prioritising sustainable drainage systems in areas at risk of flooding and seven in ten are not including monitoring as part of their local plans, government research shows
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