The Environment Agency has updated the guidance for the food and drink sector. The pollution inventory is used to report releases and transfers from industrial activities that the Environment Agency regulates.
New research shows 53% of people in the UK support an outright ban on waste exports, with only 11% disagreeing.
The Energy Act 2023 includes a range of policies on the regulation and security of the energy market.
A government watchdog has warned that government backing for new oil and coal, airport expansion plans and slow progress on heat pumps show that the UK has lost its leadership on climate issues.
The Climate Change Committee (CCC) has insisted that a ‘lack of urgency’ from government is holding the UK back from being able to meet its climate commitments.
World water week 2023 is focussed on innovation at a time of unprecedented challenges. The theme Seeds of Change: Innovative Solutions for a Water-Wise World invites us to rethink how we manage water.
EMS welcome Emma Bladen into the Innovation department for work experience.
England is not ready for the unavoidable impacts of global warming, the government's advisers on climate change say in a new report.
Air pollution caused by our busy roads has been at the forefront of our concerns for many years, but water pollution caused by road runoff is seriously damaging our water supply.
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