DEFRA looking at how to ensure chemical registrations remain valid in the UK after Brexit while environment minister Thérèse Coffey suggests UK could simply ‘download’ REACH database
Opposition MPs have tabled a series of amendments on the government’s trade bill that seek to protect environmental standards in future international trade deals
A hardline Brexiter element of the Conservative party, which is calling for a rejection of excessive government intervention, could lead to a watering down of environmental regulation and weakening of environmental impact assessments as the UK leaves the EU, suggests a report from the Royal Town Planning Institute
Extra 1,387 staff hired by DEFRA in past year to deal with work on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU
The planning system and building regulations are likely to play a key role in delivering the government’s objective of ensuring that all new homes should have an electric vehicle chargepoint available, according to experts. James Agyepong-Parsons reports
With the UK government committed to introducing a scheme to pay bottle recyclers, Sweden, which has been doing it for decades, can provide some useful pointers, finds Conor McGlone
New payment schemes for Welsh farmers will be focussed on increasing competitiveness and addressing environmental challenges
Official UK climate change adviser criticises the government’s electric vehicle strategy, saying its reliance on the private sector is “risky”
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