Michael Gove, the environment secretary, has published a white paper setting out the government's plans for the fisheries after Brexit. Today, TOM WEST from ClientEarth warns the plans are - once again - lacking in essential detail
The government has launched a consultation on the creation of a green watchdog. But there are serious concerns that the latest headline-grabbing plan from Michael Gove will be seriously lacking in legal punch. TOM WEST from ClientEarth reports
Sheffield City Council signed a 25-year PFI highways’ maintenance contract with Amey, owned by Ferrovial, for £2.1bn in 2012. Now Amey is chopping down almost half of the city's street trees. Is this to cut costs, or are these trees 'dangerous, dead, diseased, dying, damaging or discriminatory'? PAUL MILES investigates
The number of elephants has declined by almost a third in the last decade - and as many as 55 African elephants a day are killed for their ivory. Now the UK government is getting tough on poaching by banning the sale of ivory. CATHERINE HARTE reports
Environment secretary Michael Gove said he is convinced “climate change is a danger” but that efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions must not come at the expense of economic growth. MAT HOPE of DeSmog UK reports
Environmental campaigning groups including Greenpeace and WWF publish a joint report today calling on the UK Government to bring forward the proposed ban on petrol and electric cars to 2030.
JOE WARE reports