RCEP (Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution) - Royal Crest logo: link to home page royal commission on environmental pollution title logo
Homepage | Contact RCEP | About RCEP | Reports | Sitemap| Search
Commission's dateline | The Commission's Reports | Current Studies | Recent Studies | News Releases | Members | Meetings | Links
Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution > News Releases, Consultation Responses and Statements  

Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution

News Releases
Recent Studies
Marine environment
Urban environment
Novel materials and applications
Short Reports
Energy from Biomass
Bystander exposure to Pesticides

2006 |2004 |2005 |2004 |2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000 | 1999 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995 | 1994 | 1993

12 July 2006 Publication of Response by the RCEP to the Advisory Committee on Pesticides's paper on the RCEP'S special report "Crop Spraying and the health of residents and bystanders"
03 April 2006 RCEP announces the next topic for the 27th report
06 February 2006 Interim statement on the Advisory Committee on Pesticide's response to the RCEP special report

22 September 2005 Crop Spraying and the Health of Residents and Bystanders
28 June 2005 Royal Commission urges action on marine environment after 'disappointing' fisheries report
24 May 2005 Royal Commission invites evidence for its study on the Urban Environment

07 December 2004 Addressing the impact of fisheries on the marine environment
04 August 2004 Consultation on pesticides and bystander exposure
16 June 2004 Study of pesticides and bystander exposure
11 May 2004 Biomass as a renewable energy Source

16 December 2003 Royal Commission disappointed with Aviation White Paper
20 October 2003 New Study of the Urban Environment
16 August 2003 New Study of Energy Crops
17 July Government responds to the Twenty-third Report, Environmental Planning
26 June Reducing the risks from chemicals
23 May Building more runways is wasteful

29 November The Environmental Effects of Civil Aircraft in Flight
29 November Royal Commission responds to the government's consultation on The Future Development of Air Transport
27 June New Study on Environmental Effects of Marine Fisheries announced
26 June Royal Commission responds to the consultation Sustainable Farming and Food
11 April New Commission Members announced
18 March Royal Commission responds to the Planning Green Paper
21 March Royal Commission calls for radical change in the way we plan our environment

31 October Royal Commission response to the second DEFRA consultation on provisions of the Environmental Impact Assessment Directive
26 October Royal Commission response to the Policy Commission on the future of farming and food consultation
24 October Royal Commission finds chemicals regimes ineffective
26 April RCEP responds to DETR consultation on EC White Paper on Chemicals
11 April Response to government's consultation on aviation
11 April Call for improved wall heat insulation regulations - letter to the Deputy Prime Minister
13 March Greening Sustainable Development Strategies - European Environmental Advisory Councils statement

7 December Royal Commission responds to DTI's Renewables Obligation Preliminary Consultation
20 October Royal Commission to study long-term effects of chemicals in the environment
6 October Royal Commission responds to Ofgem's Environmental Action Plan
29 September Royal Commission responds to DETR's Proposals for Amending the Energy Efficiency Provisions, Building Act 1984
21 July Endorsement for renewable energy sources; letter to the Secretary of State
5 July Environment forgotten in the debate on fuel prices
16 June Royal Commission publishes its 22nd report - (Energy - The Changing Climate)
11 April Royal Commission asks if root and branch reform of environmental planning is needed to deliver sustainability

6 December Royal Commission wants energy labels for homes
19 October Royal Commission gives support to sustainable Development Commission
22 July Royal Commission to study Environmental Planning
10 June Climate change tax should relate directly to carbon dioxide emissions
16 February New machinery needed so that GMO decisions will take account of wider considerations
9 February Sustainability Counts

10 December More effective system needed for reducing risks from chemicals
22 October Royal Commission supports implementation of Transport White Paper
7 October New millennium needs new approach to making environmental policies
23 September Royal Commission to investigate implications of phasing out fossil fuels
27 March New Chairman for Royal Commission

18 September Time is running out on transport - Royal Commission sets out requirements for future transport system
28 August Royal Commission to study Energy and the Environment
10 June Royal Commission calls for strict limits on sulphur in motor fuels

22 November Royal Commission concerned that National Air Quality Strategy may not achieve objectives
25 October Royal Commission seeks information for a Review of Transport and the Environment
8 May Royal Commission highlights potential hazards from pathogens in waste
29 February Sustainable Use of Soil

26 September Royal Commission seeks views on Basis for Environmental Standards
6 September Royal Commission calls for clear policy framework for new Environment Agency
5 June Royal Commission calls for changes in proposed landfill tax
27 April Royal Commission comments on Waste Strategy for England and Wales
25 April Royal Commission comments on Environment Bill
28 March Prince of Wales praises Royal Commission's work on environmental issues (RCEP 25th Anniversary)
17 March British and German official bodies highlight damage caused by transport
17 January Royal Commission confirms its position on waste incineration

6 December Royal Commission is seeking a better balance between the costs and benefits of transport
1 December Royal Commission Chairman calls for fresh approach to freight transport
26 October 18th Report - Transport and the Environment
27 September Royal Commission calls for plan of action to achieve sustainable development
1 August Environmental priorities for science, engineering and technology: 1995 Forward Look
9 June Royal Commission calls for early legislation to create Environment Agency

30 December Royal Commission invites evidence on soil problems
21 December Royal Commission gives views about strategy for environmental research
29 November Release of genetically modified organisms to the environment
17 September Environmental risks from genetically modified organisms
14 September Closure of Warren Spring Laboratory
9 July Royal Commission announces study of soil protection
2 July Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution criticises UK government's proposals for spent battery collection
20 May Royal Commission recommends burning waste to provide energy: 17th Report - Incineration of Waste
12 March Countering climate change
11 February Inventory of pollution does not go far enough

Page last updated 23 July 2003


Page last modified: 20 December, 2006
Page created: 2 January, 2004
Back to top | Comments | Contact us | Help | Copyright RCEP Homepage