eDNA sampling to detect wildlife species can be used for a wide variety of applications, though limitations in its use persist, according to a report of pilot projects undertaken by Natural England
Has England’s key planning policy blueprint brought development in line with the 25-Year Environment Plan, delivered more protection for habitats, improved air quality and delivered on the principles of net gain, as intended? James Agyepong-Parsons investigates
A non-native invasive plant has been found to successfully remove heavy metals from a polluted Welsh river
Consultants and ecologists give James Agyepong-Parsons insights into how to tackle some of the toughest challenges in environmental planning while still achieving sustainable development
Waterman Group, a planning consultancy, has hired a new technical director for its infrastructure team in Bristol
The World Commission on Protected Areas has urged the Scottish Government to call in a controversial golf course which was granted planning permission last month
Building with Nature, a company providing benchmarks for the design and maintenance of green infrastructure, has appointed Peter Madden as its first chair
Emily Broughton has been appointed as a graduate consultant at Roberts Environmental to help service the firm’s expanding client base
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