The European Parliament has backed a new EU regulation to prevent the ‘dieselgate’ scandal happening again and to ensure that car manufacturers do not cheat emission tests and face fines if they do
Seven things we learned from environment secretary Michael Gove’s appearance this week at the Environmental Audit Committee about progress on key environmental measures
Draft council proposals for meeting nitrogen dioxide limits seen by ENDS indicate that potential public opposition to clean air measures is shaping the plans that are under consideration. Gareth Simkins reports
Environment secretary Michael Gove has dismissed reports that a consultation on a planned environment watchdog is being opposed by cabinet colleagues as he answered sharp questions from MPs regarding progress on keystone pieces of environmental policy including the 25-Year Environment Plan
The government has suffered a defeat on its key Brexit bill after peers backed an amendment that would limit the power of ministers to change existing environmental protections from EU law without the approval of parliament
The European Parliament endorsed on Wednesday a package of legislation setting binding targets on waste and recycling, a key part of the EU's ambitions for a more 'circular' economy
Cardiff is considering a broad range of options to improve its transport systems and improve air quality, including establishing a clean air zone
The International Maritime Organization has navigated the shipping industry into a path of decarbonisation for the first time in its history
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