Transform Magazine April 2019
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Turning the energy tide
The 'energy return on investment' metric is proving that renewable energy can be as efficient as fossil fuels, says Rick Gould – what exactly is it?
Nigel Haigh has spent the past 40 years observing the EU closely. He tells Huw Morris what Brexit means for businesses and environmental policy – and why the UK and EU will both lose out
Derided as 'snowflakes', young people are forming a blizzard of opposition to climate change, as David Burrows reports
James Angel, Rob Percival and Victoria Hewson discuss how food and environmental standards in the UK would be affected by a US-UK trade deal
Paul Reeve looks at how Defra's recently updated WEEE Regulations will affect producers and distributors of electrical waste
The Environment Agency has announced that church bells will be the back-up warning for flooding in Starcross, Devon.
An application for judicial review against the Environment Agency was refused in February. Cleansing Service Group Ltd applied for judicial review on policy guidance by the Agency, which set out its interpretation of an exemption in the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016, relating to the storage of sludge.
A convicted waste criminal from Leeds has been ordered to pay £1,373,060 for defrauding government-backed schemes worth millions, following a proceeds of crime hearing at Leeds Crown Court.
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