MPs in Public Accounts Committee have urged government to 'move on from aspirational words' and start 'taking the hard decisions'
Environment Secretary George Eustice reveals that acting chief regulator at Ofqual is the government's leading candidate to become chair at post-Brexit green watchdog
Water quality, air quality, nature protection, and the decarbonisation of the housing sector have all been damaged by deregulation and the erosion of enforcement capacity, according to a damning new report from Unchecked UK
With the long-awaited Environment Bill returning to parliament next week, Green Alliance's Ruth Chambers sets out what Parliament's priorities should be
Defra promises 'robust, evidence led process' to set in statute air, water, waste and biodiversity targets by the end of October 2022
The Environment Bill shows a desire to do things better, but it needs significant improvement, argues ClientEarth's Tom West
Key amendments are needed to deliver a world leading environmental regime and an investible proposition for business, argues Nick Molho of the Aldersgate Group
As the government's flagship post-Brexit green legislation makes its way through Parliament, there are a number of ways it must strengthened, argues Ruth Chambers of Green Alliance
BusinessGreen rounds up the crucial green questions and issues which will need resolving before the UK exits the EU at the end of 2020
Landmark Environment Bill is set to be tabled in Parliament today, but concerns remain over strength of green targets and regulatory enforcement
Flurry of announcements as government confirms plans for Green GB Week, tables Environment Bill, and promises fresh action on transport emissions
Queen's Speech: Government promises to tackle plastics, air quality, and habitat damage in landmark Environment Bill
Long-awaited legislation expected to be published shortly, as government puts environment and climate change concerns centre stage in Queen's Speech
The long-awaited Environment Bill is expected to set out details of UK's post-Brexit green regulatory regime - and sources expect a 'thundering big bill'
Regardless of the political chaos, the government must be clear on its legislative agenda for a green Brexit, argues Green Alliance's Ruth Chambers
Better transport policies targeting taxes at the most polluting vehicles would improve air quality, argues Bright Blue's William Nicolle
Amnesty International, NUJ, Greenpeace, and others warn restrictions in remit of proposed Office for Environmental Protection 'wholly at odds with public's right to information'