Proposed amendment in Infrastructure Bill would make mockery of world class shale gas regulation claims, campaigners say
The UK government plans to allow fracking companies to put "any substance" under people's homes and property and leave it there, as part of the Infrastructure Bill which will be debated by the House of...
Environment Agency chief calls for use to be cut by a third
Report from the Institute of Welsh Affairs argues that combination of public and private investment could see the country fully decarbonise its electricity system over the next 15 years
Nestle, Veolia, Walkers, PepsiCo, and Terracycle to the fore with announcements to mark Global Recycling Day
Green Alliance's Libby Peake and Ruth Chambers reveal how the sweeping use of statutory instruments to prepare for Brexit has already opened the door for a weakening of environmental standards