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Emma Howard Boyd has said that the lack of trained women engineers is impeding society’s ability to adapt to climate change
Environment Agency (EA) chair Emma Howard Boyd will continue in office until September 2022 after securing a second term as chair of the regulator, environment secretary Michael Gove confirmed today
The chair of the EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee has called on energy minister Claire Perry to answer questions on the operation of a future emissions trading or carbon tax scheme after the UK leaves the EU.
A House of Commons committee has accused DEFRA of being over-optimistic in its plans to secure adequate food supplies if the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal
The government is to push ahead with proposals to require new housing and infrastructure developments to provide an increase in biodiversity, chancellor Philip Hammond announced today
Brexit is opening up the doors to the prospect of divergence in environmental standards across the UK, finds Conor McGlone, setting the scene set for an increase in ‘waste tourism’
Ten of the biggest stories from the past week: Spring statement: six things you need to know; India bans plastic waste imports; UK set to miss biodiversity goals; Go-ahead for mandatory biodiversity net gain plan and more
To mark International Women’s Day, ENDS has put together a selection of women in the environment sector, each of whom are blazing a trail at the top of their fields.
Post-Brexit governance: Why the devolved administrations are reluctant to collaborate with Westminster
As EU exit day looms, the devolved administrations have been slow to prepare their post-Brexit plans for the environment. Simon Pickstone asks what’s causing the delay
The government claims that its replacement for the EU’s REACH system entails no change in policy. Others beg to differ. ENDS has put together a list of everything you need to know about the government’s plans for chemicals regulations after the UK leaves the EU
On 29 March, the UK could exit the EU on World Trade Organisation terms. What would that mean for environmental policy?
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