Further support unveiled for local authorities to recruit ecologists and specialists to protect habits during building work, as Defra reveals statutory biodiversity credit prices
Damning National Audit Office claims government plans for a long-term waste management strategy 'do not yet exist'
More than 100 businesses call for 'clear legal imperative' for planning decisions to align with net zero and nature-facing legislation
New plan promises to create new nature reserves and drive 'green growth', but campaigners slam 'threadbare patchwork of policies'
Government belatedly confirms suite of 13 legally binding targets to reverse species loss, boost water and air quality, cut waste, and increase tree cover over the next 20 years
Governments and 11 leading global philanthropies back new initiatives designed to boost funding for nature protection in developing countries
Measures that prevent waste should be the top priority in the drive to build a more circular economy, writes Brita UK and Ireland’s David Hall
Green groups warn delay is at risk of becoming 'the default culture' at Defra, as Environment Agency boss backs calls for environmental regulation 'done right'