MPs launch inquiry into net zero government

It will focus on the sustainability of the government’s estate and procurement processes and what action it needs to take to achieve the 2050 goal

MPs launch inquiry into e-waste and circular economy

The UK produces more e-waste than the EU average

Business and MPs support UK bid to host UN COP26 climate conference

It will be the first time countries will come together to present updated Nationally Determined Contributions since the climate agreement was signed in Paris

MPs to examine UK’s audit of domestic progress towards UN’s SDGs

The Environmental Audit Committee is inviting written evidence from stakeholders until 15th April 2019

MPs launch inquiry into impacts of ‘everyday’ toxic chemicals

Some of the chemicals take many years to break down naturally, travel through the environment via, soil and water and are toxic to both humans and wildlife

MPs condemn ‘raid’ on environment staff to work on Brexit

Environment Secretary Michael Gove said around 400 staff have been transferred from public agencies

UK MPs demand fashion brand bosses to disclose environmental impacts

The Environmental Audit Committee has written to 10 retailers to find out how they are mitigating them

Majority of UK MPs ‘in the dark about falling energy bills’

New analysis suggests the average standard dual fuel bill reduced by £6 between 2016 and 2017

Nuclear waste could be stored under national parks, say MPs

They believe the safe disposal of nuclear waste is more important than environmental concerns

‘Many MPs overestimate the level of opposition to onshore wind power’

A new report claims many are unaware of both the low cost and popularity of the technology