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Sustainability Hub and ADBA launch new APPG

The Sustainability Hub, of which ADBA is a member, has set up a new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG to help promote and develop ideas to meet the Government’s new Net Zero obligations. The Hub is a business, NGO and academic forum…

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Labour Publish Green Economy Proposals

The Labour Party have set out their plans for a ‘Green New Deal’, after previously promising to create hundreds of thousands of new green jobs across the country. The proposals, outlined by Rebecca Long-Bailey, the shadow business secretary, will involve a…

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Brexit Update

The evening of Tuesday 29th January saw the latest extraordinary twists and turns in the Parliamentary Brexit drama, as the clock ticks down to the end of March. Due to a previous government defeat, MPs were allowed to table amendments…

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EAC Committee highlights AD in nitrate report

The Environmental Audit Committee in Parliament has produced a report on progress to reducing nitrate pollution. The report contains an entry on anaerobic digestion, and positively states that AD offers an effective solution to managing sewerage sludge in particular, and…

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ADBA Party Conference Roundup

At the time of writing, Charlotte Morton and I have just returned from attending the main political party conferences. The gatherings are a chance for party members to catch up, Ministers to preen themselves on the main stage and most…

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Dusting Off the Rosettes

Our External Affairs Manager Jon Harrison previews the forthcoming general election. The starting gun has been fired on the 2017 General Election – a phrase that virtually no political pundit in Westminster was expecting ever to have to say. As…

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