A decision on the new Office for Environmental Protection’s new power to sanction public authorities has been delayed to give government more time to consider the details
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The operator of a controversial exploratory oil and gas drill site in Yorkshire has applied to the Environment Agency for permission to expand its operations and begin commercial production
An analysis of waste crime data compiled by the Environment Agency demonstrates how easily criminals are getting away with illegal dumping – especially since Covid-19 emerged
The government needs to lead on a solution to the UK’s water management crisis, the Environment Agency says in its annual report
Chemical pollution was unlikely to have killed thousands of crustaceans that washed ashore along the Teesside and North Yorkshire coast last month, the Environment Agency has determined
Hedgerows are threatened by a looming gap in environmental protections as English farming policy transitions to the new environmental land management system, according to conservation charity the RSPB
Guidance advising councils to ensure new developments are 'water neutral' for the conservation of nearby protected sites has forced councils to pause planning permission and put developers in a spin. Is this the beginning of a 'new moratorium on housebuilding'? Tess Colley reports
The debrief: How a renewable energy scheme is seeking to use water from a disused coal mine to deliver low-carbon heat
A local authority on Tyneside is seeking to provide renewable heat for buildings, including a leisure centre and a block of flats, using mine water from an abandoned colliery
After a long and tortuous journey through parliament, the government’s ‘world-leading’ Environment Bill has finally passed into law. There are a number of implications for the waste, resources and chemicals sectors. Here is everything you need to know
The new green watchdog will be required to heed guidance from the government, but will this hinder its ability to take robust action? Tess Colley reports
COP26 has been hailed as both a success and a failure but regardless of what position is taken, the global conference's outcomes will have a number of short and medium term implications for business, experts tell Isabella Kaminski
Government money to help councils identify and clean up contaminated land dried up five years ago and many local authorities do not list any polluted sites on their statutory registers, leaving patches of potentially toxic land across the country unmonitored and unmanaged Danny Halpin reports
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