APRIL ramps up peatland restoration with $100m investment
Pulp and paper manufacturer APRIL Group has unveiled a new $100m investment into conservation and restoration activities in Indonesia, which will see the Group's peatland restoration activities double to 150,000 hectares across the country.
Brighton's i360 tower to set 'global benchmark' for green tourism
Construction has now been underway for one year on i360 - Brighton's new vertical cable car that is planning to set a new benchmark for sustainable attractions.
Government defends plans to cut fracking red tape
The Department for Energy & Climate Change (DECC) has dismissed claims that it intends to "fast-track fracking without public consent".
London's charging: Fire Brigade installs EV plug-in points
The London Fire Brigade has unveiled 156 electric-vehicle charging points at 76 fire stations and sites around the capital.
Snack attack: Doritos under fire for palm oil provenance
The consumer group SumOfUs has launched an international ad campaign slamming Doritos and parent company PepsiCo for its 'destruction of the rainforest' and 'unsustainable use of palm oil'.
Spaceflight sustainability: Houston, we have a (pollution) problem
In the wake of a historic moment in space exploration - the first landing of a robot on a comet - edie got to wondering about the environmental impacts and whether we are destroying the planet by trying to leave its atmosphere so often.
US Government steps up climate change action
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released two new plans to reduce its emissions and prepare for the extreme-weather impacts of climate change.
Ed Davey gives Green Deal £100m cash injection
Household energy efficiency has been given a £100m boost with a funding add-on for the Green Deal Home Improvement Fund.
Abbey Metals fined more than £130,000 for river pollution after fire
Abbey Metals Limited has been ordered to pay a £133,000 fine and £33,000 in costs for polluting the River Anker, following a fire at one of its operating sites in Nuneaton, Warwickshire.
EU ETS gains crucial reprieve with vote in favour of backloading
The European Parliament's Environment Committee has voted in favour of amendments supporting carbon backloading throwing the flagging Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) a precious lifeline.
Apprentice hosts Trump and Lord Sugar in dispute over wind farms
Lord Sugar has been engaged in a bitter spat with Donald Trump after the American billionaire derided the UK Government for its expansion of wind farms in Scotland.
European Commission's proposals spark fire in biofuel industry
Europe's biofuel industry has threatened to sue the European Commission if it goes ahead with its proposal, announced today, to limit global land conversion for biofuel production due to their indirect effect on CO2 emissions.
'Olympic blaze' at recycling centre remains mystery
Fire-fighters say it could take up to a week for the cause of a fire at a recycling plant in Dagenham, East London to be determined.
Pakawaste Put London United Busways on the Right Route
Preston based Pakawaste Limited, has recently supplied three of their Powerkrush 50 static waste compactors to London United Busways based in West London.