The key green policy gaps for the UK Government to close in 2024
As we embark on a fresh year, edie takes stock of the lags and overlooked prospects in UK green policy throughout 2023, pinpointing four major policy gaps that the Government needs to address in 2024.
Circular Economy Package: Everything you need to know
In light of the European Parliament's decision to reinforce more ambitious recycling targets within the long-awaited Circular Economy Package, edie takes a detailed look at how the proposed measures could affect businesses, especially in light of the UK's imminent departure from the European Union (EU).
Five green policy priorities to stop Brexit ruining our environment
From the delivery of an ambitious 25-Year Environment Plan to the avoidance of ineffective 'zombie legislation', Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) executive director Matthew Farrow outlines the key steps that must be taken by the Government to ensure Britain's exit from the EU will not have a negative impact on our environment.
Waste policy: Great expectations for 2015
A recent paper published by FCC into the environmental positions of the main political parties suggests that regardless of the political landscape after May, there will be more of the same with little appetite for immediate change. It seems clear that the economy will be the overriding driver over the next 12 months on both a UK and a European Government level, argues director at 360 Environmental Phil Conran.
Defra: No plans to publish guidance on TEEP
Defra director for waste policy Colin Church has confirmed that his department has no plans to publish guidance for local authorities seeking to carry on with commingled collections after the European Union Waste Framework Directive comes into force next year.
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