ClientEarth's case against Defra over UK plans to meet EU regulations begins, as alliance of doctors and nurses urge bloder action to tackle air pollution
The Treasury and former Chancellor George Osborne were yesterday accused of blocking a number of measures designed to bring the UK within EU air pollution limits, as environmental law firm ClientEarth...
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Additional High Speed Rail funding will go towards HS2 Woodland Fund to plant new native trees along route between Birmingham and Crewe
Supermarket will roll out paper bags for loose fruit and vegetables in store as part of pledge to cut plastic waste