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...
Europe's biggest bank announces intention to halt financing for coal-fired power plants as part of low-carbon drive - but lists Bangladesh, Indonesia and Vietnam as exceptions
Canadian company EnviroLeach wants to make the process of "urban mining" less hazardous for humans and the environment
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No coal was used for power generation in the UK between 10.25pm on Monday and 5.10am yesterday, National Grid confirms