In a spin: Could the Circular Economy give the Environment Bill the focal point it needs?

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John Alker argues the government's welcome new Environment Bill needs a unifying theme, and circular economy principles could provide it

The Prime Minister's confirmation last week that we will have the first Environment Bill in over 20 years was obviously a significant moment. Hugely welcome though it was, there are far more questions...

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