MEPs will tomorrow vote on revised Circular Economy package, but UK dismisses 'prescriptive' targets in favour of voluntary action
The UK government is urging MEPs to vote against tough new binding European Union (EU) recycling targets tomorrow, over fears the "prescriptive" approach may increase the burden on businesses. In a...
Study of land registry data reveals thousands of new homes have been built in flood prone areas, and could also be denied insurance
Most polluting fuels for wood burning stoves including coal and wet wood to be phased out from 2021-23 as part of crackdown on particle pollution
Concrete giant increases 2030 target for cutting carbon emissions from 30 per cent to 35 per cent below 1990 levels
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