Green business investors say concerns over GIB privatisation and a shift to overseas investment in green projects are overblown compared to policy uncertainty and state aid restrictions
The EA has rowed back on its latest proposals to requiring recyclers to fully assess mixed waste wood loads before they are processed
Residents have challenged planning policy interpretation by a public inquiry inspector and the communities secretary in a bid to stop fracking in Lancashire
Lithium-rich brine is set to be mined from deep hot springs flowing through Cornish granite to help supply strategic materials used in electric vehicle and storage batteries
Lawyers are calling for an independent supervisory body and new national mechanisms to hold government and public authorities to account for their environmental law responsibilities after Brexit
The waste industry is unimpressed with Environment Agency comments that the sector needs to regulate itself better and should sanction its own members
The way in which natural resources are managed in Wales is being changed through better policy integration and regulatory tweaks
ENDS asked key green groups which actions Michael Gove should prioritise during his time at DEFRA and concludes that the new environment secretary has his work cut out
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