Driving change: What will the planet's roads look like in 2050?
From algae refuelling stations to wildlife bridges, the roads of the future will not just be inanimate slugs of concrete, but an important part of an emissions-free planet. How will we get there? Brad Allen finds out.
Clapham Junction to cut energy consumption with 'intelligent' lighting
The UK's busiest train station, Clapham Junction, is cutting energy consumption through the implementation of lighting efficiencies.
Why being green means thinking blue for Volkswagen
Waterless technology, rainwater harvesting, Platinum LEED certification and the largest solar PV array of any car manufacturer in the US, Rob Bell finds out what's driving VW's 'Think Blue.Factory' strategy at its Chattanooga facility stateside
Wind farm in Scotland could put marine life at risk - campaign group
Scottish Power Renewables (SPR) may have its plans to install Scotland's largest offshore wind farm dismissed because of its potential impact on the areas marine life.
European 100w and frosted bulb phase out
The phase out of 100w and frosted lightbulbs gets underway next week in an effort to drive down emissions in Europe.
Light pollution in Ireland has increased 'dramatically'
The issue of light pollution was the subject of a lecture at the Astro Expo 2007 astronomy event, which took place in Dublin on November 25.
Reducing light pollution isn't rocket science
Despite being easy to address we continue to allow light pollution to keep us awake, block out the night skies and confuse wildlife.
Light pollution soon to be criminal
Stargazers are celebrating victory as new rules to curb light pollution come into play.
Partner charter under pins giant Sydney project
A joint venture to rehabilitate Sydney's major sewer outfall is a model for successful partnering on a major project, reports Hugh McGinley, Business Development Manager at Earth Tech