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Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council has allocated a £1m war chest to fight the operator of a notoriously odorous landfill, while local campaigners will be in court to challenge its regulation by the Environment Agency tomorrow
‘Immediate and sustained action’ will be taken to decarbonise motorways and A-roads, Highways England has said, putting roads ‘at the heart of the low carbon economy’
Natural Resource Wales is investigating after a mystery stench that has plagued residents in Chester for decades returned this month to the region
A landfill site close to Belfast, subject to an enforcement action and at the centre of a legal dispute over its regulation, has had its odour management plan revised repeatedly, according to reports
Government scientists are to look into methods for reducing greenhouse gas emissions emanating from the digestive systems of cows, including feeding the animals seaweed
England's green watchdog's powers are curtailed by the Environment Bill and Wales is a long way from establishing any body to cover the governance gap left created by Brexit. Will this lead to an overall weakening of environmental protections? asks James Fair
When an international chemicals firm wanted to develop the UK’s first large-scale scheme to capture carbon emissions and use them in a range of applications, it also found itself blazing a path through a complex permitting process
The Environment Bill contains provisions that would prevent the green watchdog from disclosing information about its investigations, alarming peers and green groups alike. Wil Crisp reports
The rollout of clean air zones has begun, with schemes in Bath and Birmingham launched so far, and others to follow later this year. Catherine Early reports
Although the UK’s emissions dropped markedly last year due to the pandemic, scientists have found “no discernible signal” of Covid-19’s global impact in reducing carbon emissions
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