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  • Thames Water to pay back £120m to customers for leak failures

    Thames Water has been ordered to pay back £120 million to customers for failing to fix leaking taps and pipes. It follows Ofwat’s investigation which found the water company “did not have sufficient oversight and control” of its leakage performance and underestimated the significance of its underperformance. Thames Water agreed to repay £65 million on […]

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  • UN and EU adopt new roadmap to tackle marine pollution

    The European Commission and UN Environment have agreed to address the threats of pollution and marine litter under a new roadmap. The ‘2018 Oceans Roadmap 2.0’ aims to support the conservation of marine biodiversity and ecosystems and keep the world’s oceans healthy, cleaner and resilient. Under the agreement, the two organisations reaffirmed their commitments to […]

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  • Should all-male boards put themselves on their own risk registers?

    It would be strange for a business to needlessly surrender market share – or cut into its profit margins for no good reason. But the evidence is stacking up that many of the biggest corporates in the UK energy sector are doing exactly that. In January, research from McKinsey found companies with the most gender […]

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