Environmental Law News
November 2017

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: 27 November 2017

Environmental Law News Update

In this latest Environmental Law News Update, Christopher Badger and Mark Davies consider the environmental announcements in the Autumn Budget, the outcome of 2017 Bonn COP 23 and the European Commission’s consultation on pharmaceuticals in the environment.

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Posted on: 20 November 2017

Environmental Law News Update

In this latest Environmental Law News Update, William Upton, Nicholas Ostrowski, Frances Lawson and Mark Davies consider the failure of Highways England’s plan for a Kent Lorry Park, the recent publication of the Environment Agency’s Enforcement and Sanctions Guidance, revisions to the EU ETS and the Powering Past Coal Alliance, and the new Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2017.

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Posted on: 13 November 2017

Environmental Law News Update

In this latest Environmental Law News Update, Christopher Badger, William Upton and Mark Davies consider Michael Gove’s comments on the establishment of a ‘Commission-like’ body post Brexit, the importance of re-consulting when a planning project is amended and the impact of air quality considerations on housing development.

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Posted on: 6 November 2017

Environmental Law News Update

In this latest Environmental Law News Update, Christopher Badger, Gordon Wignall and Jill Barrett consider prison sentences for company directors involved in waste crime, agricultural concerns, the future of Glyphosate and the precautionary principle, and the UK’s international environmental treaty obligations after Brexit.

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