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With less than a month to go before the end of the transition period, the government still has a number of loose ends to tie up, including policy decisions, regulations and operational challenges. Here’s what you need to know... Read more
More than 40 Conservative MPs are calling for the UK's first new deep coal mine in decades to be given the go-ahead, claiming senior Labour politicians had 'waded into what should be a local and apolitical planning issue for Cumbria'
Planning permission to develop a Second World War Airbase in Kent into an air freight hub has been quashed partly on grounds that the government failed to explain why it set aside climate impacts flagged by the examining authority in its decision on the application
Transport secretary Grant Shapps dismissed his civil servants’ advice to review plans for a huge expansion in road building in light of net zero, according to reports
A team of 13 international climate and energy experts have written to prime minister Boris Johnson urging him to halt the development of Britain’s first deep coal mine in decades
The government will need to find the right combination of policy, financing and regulation to make its green industrial revolution a success, finds Catherine Early
The UK will drop out of the EU’s emissions trading scheme at the end of the year and details of a UK replacement are scant. The clock is ticking, reports David Burrows
Interview: Extinction Rebellion's Gail Bradbrook on growing criticism, eco-fascism and net zero by 2025
Two years on from Extinction Rebellion’s formation, there are rumours of splits, rival factions and, as public goodwill wanes, signs the government could classify XR as an organised crime group. With XR seemingly at a crossroads, Gail Bradbrook, the group’s co-founder, talks to ENDS about where it goes next
The Committee on Climate Change has criticised the government over its failure to prepare the country for the impacts of climate change, recommending it step up action on land and water management. Here’s what you need to know about the committee’s concerns and Whitehall’s response
The government wants to lead the world on climate action and attract younger voters, but competing forces within the party will not make the transition a simple one. Simon Pickstone reports
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