An Environmental Protection Act and a national policy statement underpinning environmental principles are being considered by the environment secretary
DEFRA plans to fast track planning consent for large water supply projects in a bid to head off a water shortage of up to a fifth of England’s demand by 2050
Natural England’s natural capital accounting pilots reveal the approach may not be suitable for monitoring and valuing national nature reserves
The health of England’s species and habitats is deteriorating across the board, according to DEFRA’s latest natural environment statistics
All major water usage in England and Wales will be brought under the abstraction licensing system when DEFRA ends license exemptions in 2020
The Environment Agency has updated its groundwater vulnerability maps to include improved data and help regulators, planners and developers gauge the likely viability of projects
Cross-sectoral weaknesses in energy efficiency, power, heat, water resources, transport and imminent funding gap must be shored up, the National Infrastructure Commission has said
United Utilities has blamed farm run-off for cryptosporidium contamination that affected 700,000 people and resulted in £20m in compensation
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