Brexit is a dirty business, but grassroots resistance is growing - an interview with Friends of the Earth’s Kierra Box
Brexiteers plan to slash regulation to a terrifying degree, after years of poor enforcement of existing rules. But...
Democracy is being dismantled by a “cabinet of horrors” – an interview with Molly Scott Cato MEP
“This is like the Yeltsin era in Soviet Russia. A small number of players have secured an enormous amount of power,...
What we could learn from lawyers - and from China - about protecting the planet
James Thornton of ClientEarth has fought court cases to challenge government inaction on climate, environment and...
Leaving the EU’s chemicals regulations will lead to chaos and increased animal testing, warns industry
The UK’s chemicals industry’s leading trade bodies say their members overwhelmingly want to stay in the EU’s REACH....
Johnson & Davis claim chemicals industry will be Brexit winners – so where are the firms clamouring to leave?
Part one of a three-part-series: Will Brexit mean a toxic chemicals BREACH?
Why we should be wary of Brexiteers’ efforts to import more Australian meat
Behind the bucolic image of antipodean farming lies a darker tale.