A new public pressure group hopes to name and shame polluters into improving their environmental behaviour, but can it work? Wil Crisp reports
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A round-up of the top stories this morning from ENDS and elsewhere, including the government’s pledge to slash emissions by 78% by 2035, the collapse of a huge landfill tax fraud investigation, and HMRC’s limited recovery of landfill tax from illegal waste sites
MPs on the Environmental Audit Committee have requested a 'full explanation' from the energy secretary as to why he ignored their recommendation that the Green Homes Grant should 'not be scrapped or quietly wound down', just days before he went ahead and axed the £1.5bn scheme
Existing mechanisms for calculating the carbon impacts of infrastructure projects are confused and are inadequate to drive down emissions, and national planning policy should be revised to bring it in line with the government's climate commitments, a report has recommended
The National Trust North Lakes has come under fire for ploughing an area of grassland which was home to rare waxcap mushrooms in order to create a wildflower meadow in the Lake District
An investigation into an alleged £78m landfill tax fraud, which led to 14 arrests, has collapsed without charges being issued
Climate change demonstrations and protests against environmentally damaging developments could become a thing of the past if a nascent law passes through parliament unchanged, some fear. James Fair reports
Loopholes and caveats in DEFRA’s long-awaited policy statement on environmental principles will undermine government rhetoric, critics believe. Catherine Early reports
The UK has repeatedly breached legal limits for toxic nitrogen dioxide since 2010. Councils are meant to set up local air quality management areas when a particular location is found to be exceeding statutory air pollution limits. Here’s what you need to know
A round-up of the top stories this morning from ENDS and elsewhere, including 700 sewage outfalls under investigation, swarms of flies, and native woodland at risk...
Hundreds of CSOs are being investigated for the frequency of their sewage spills, according to ENDS' analysis of a water industry environment programme, but it will be some years before any action is taken. Take a look at ENDS' map to see if there's one near you
Could a recent decision by a judge to quash planning approval for what would have been one of the world’s largest offshore wind farms off the Norfolk coast scupper prime minister Boris Johnson’s plans to turn the UK into the ‘Saudi Arabia of offshore wind’? Jamie Carpenter finds out
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