Councils urged to take greater control of bus services

Nusrat Ghani has written to local authorities and companies to remind them of the powers they have to take greater control of their area’s bus services.

London’s ULEZ sees 74 per cent of vehicles comply

Since launching in the central London congestion charging zone on 8 April, the ULEZ has already driven a significant increase in vehicle compliance.

Government releases review of 25 Year Environment Plan

The government has published the first progress report of its landmark 25 Year Environment Plan.

Bristol unveils new recycling fleet

The Bristol Waste Company has revealed its new efficient, sustainable, safer and reliable fleet of recycling vehicles.

Record levels of northern investment in green transport

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is celebrating record levels of investment in green transport in the north of the country.

Solar panels on nearly two million homes, say Labour

Jeremy Corbyn is set to outline radical plans to fit one and three quarter million homes with electricity-generating solar panels.

'Attenborough effect' inspires beach clean-ups

Keep Britain Tidy has announced the winners of 71 Blue Flags and 137 Seaside Awards - an increase of 18 beaches on 2018.

Glasgow seeks to be the UK's first 'net-zero' city

Glasgow has unveiled plans to become the first UK city to reduce its greenhouse emissions to net-zero.

Idling vehicles could face instant fines

Michael Gove has said that drivers who repeatedly leave their car engine running while parked could be given instant fines.

Reward household recycling with smart bin use

A think tank has claimed that a new generation of smart bins could allow households who recycle to be rewarded with council tax cuts.

Tougher punishments needed to defer fly-tippers

No-one convicted of fly-tipping since new guidelines were introduced in 2014 have been slapped with the maximum £50,000 fine.

New approach to flood resilience urged

The Environment Agency has called for a new approach to ensure communities are resilient to the threat of flooding posed by climate change.

Bottle return scheme deposit at 20p

The Scottish government has outlined its plans for a deposit return scheme for some plastic drinking containers, cans and glass.

Climate change responsibility of West Midlands highlighted

West Midlands Mayor Andy Street has emphasised the moral responsibility the region has in leading the fight against climate change.

First round of funding awarded to cut food waste

More than £4 million has been awarded to help overcome barriers to getting food currently going to waste onto people’s plates.

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