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Fortnightly Bulletin - 8th April 2024

Fortnightly Bulletin - 8th April 2024

In its ‘Resource the Future’ report, Veolia has called for the minimum amount of recycled material to increase from 30% to 35% this year and the tax to increase from £217.85 to £275 per tonne.

Fortnightly Bulletin - 18th December 2023

Fortnightly Bulletin - 18th December 2023

Find the latest guidance regarding the storage and use of waste pine Christmas trees or felled pine trees to restore dunes or protect riverbanks.

Fortnightly Bulletin - 4th December 2023

Fortnightly Bulletin - 4th December 2023

New research shows 53% of people in the UK support an outright ban on waste exports, with only 11% disagreeing.

Fortnightly Bulletin - 23rd October 2023

Fortnightly Bulletin - 23rd October 2023

More than a hundred species of wildlife (frogs to killer whales) found across every continent are contaminated with highly toxic flame retardants, and the pollution is probably responsible for population declines in some species, a new analysis of published research shows.

Fortnightly Bulletin - 18th September 2023

Fortnightly Bulletin - 18th September 2023

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.

Fortnightly Bulletin - 21st August 2023

Fortnightly Bulletin - 21st August 2023

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.

Fortnightly Bulletin - 26th June 2023

Fortnightly Bulletin - 26th June 2023

Some of the most intense marine heat increases on earth have developed in seas around the UK and Ireland, the European Space Agency (ESA) says.

Fortnightly Bulletin - 7th November 2022

Fortnightly Bulletin - 7th November 2022

Glaciers across the globe - including the last ones in Africa - will be unavoidably lost by 2050 due to climate change, the UN says in a report.

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