Revising planning rules for a low carbon economy

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Alex White, Senior Policy Officer at the Aldersgate Group, discusses the opportunities that revising planning rules can bring to the UK's low carbon economy.

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Posted by Alex White on 17th May 2018

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards set to drive carbon reductions in existing buildings

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Simon Clouston, Technical Director at WSP, reviews the recently instated Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards and their effect on domestic housing.

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Posted by Simon Clouston on 10th April 2018

A competitive EU needs smart environmental regulations


Nick Molho, Executive Director of the Aldersgate Group, argues the EU needs smart environmental regulations to be competitive. 

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Posted by Nick Molho on 15th February 2018

Environmental regulation, economic competitiveness and how everything connects


Emma Howard Boyd, Chair of the Environment Agency, argues that environmental regulations are essential to the UK's economic competitiveness.

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Posted by Emma Howard Boyd on 12th December 2017

More than red tape: environmental regulations can drive growth


Nick Molho, Executive Director at the Aldersgate Group, argues that, while often portrayed as a barrier to growth, well-designed environmental regulations can in fact result in a range of positive economic outcomes.

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Posted by Nick Molho on 7th December 2017
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Regulation and the UK waste sector – perfect partners?

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Dr. Adam Read, External Affairs Director at SUEZ, reviews environmental regulation within the waste sector. 

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Posted by Dr. Adam Read on 4th December 2017