The draft Repeal Bill published today provides few assurances over how green laws will be enforced and parliamentary scrutiny enacted
It is a 66-page document chock-full of legalese and procedural issues, but the Repeal Bill - once referred to as 'Great', but now not so much - largely fails to provide the assurances sought by green groups...
The Loop circular packaging model is fast taking shape, and the company behind it insists conventional retailers still have a huge role to play in its success
The UK's statutory 2050 net zero target should provide the basis for imminent updates to its Paris Agreement pledges, argues Labour's Alan Whitehead, despite what Ministers may suggest to the contrary
The Heathrow ruling proves the Paris Agreement has teeth - five years on, the investment signals lit on that night in Paris have become obvious to all