Environmental Law News
March 2019

The purpose of this Weekly Environmental Law News Update is to provide the latest environmental news stories and legal analysis in a readily accessible format concentrating on the week’s three key headlines.

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Posted on: 25 March 2019

Environmental Law News Update

In this latest Environmental Law News Update, Mark Watson QC, Christopher Badger, and Mark Davies consider evidence given to the Environmental Audit Committee about the new Office for Environmental Protection, environmental announcements in the Treasury’s Spring Statement and publication of the European Commission’s ‘Strategic Approach to Pharmaceuticals in the Environment’.

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Posted on: 18 March 2019

Environmental Law News Update

In this latest Environmental Law News Update, Mark Davies and William McBarnet consider the Welsh Government’s consultation on environmental policy post-Brexit, UK plans to designate over half of the UK’s global waters as Marine Protected Areas and a recent case concerning the impact of licensing badger culls on sites of special scientific interest.

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Posted on: 11 March 2019

Environmental Law News Update

In this latest Environmental Law News Update, our new silk William Upton QC, Christopher Badger and Nicholas Ostrowski consider challenges to national planning and environmental policy, the consequences for employees if they fail to co-operate with the Environment Agency and continuing scrutiny of the draft Environment (Principles and Governance) Bill.

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Posted on: 4 March 2019

Environmental Law News Update

In this latest Environmental Law News Update, Gordon Wignall, William Upton and Natasha Hausdorff consider recent authorities on abuse of process, closer scrutiny of air quality sampling and an EC consultation on new guidelines for company reporting on climate-related information.

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