Wide-ranging reforms approved by MEPs, paving way for new sustainable fisheries policy
Reforms to the EU's fisheries policy, including a ban on discards and greater control over the fishing of endangered stocks, have gained the backing of the European Parliament. MEPs voted overwhelmingly...
Mayor of London will submit statement and evidence in high court case brought by ClientEarth on the air pollution crisis in the capital
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"Where there's muck there's brass" claims water sector regulator, as it calls for greater innovation in sludge-to-energy to cut carbon, reduce bills and boost sector resilience