Kerbside schemes up and down the country are to reward regular recyclers with cash prizes in an effort to boost rates.
The recycling of wood has almost doubled in the past decade but the vast majority is still going to waste.
Tom Idle heads to Canary Wharf to talk to Barclays' Andrew Flett about environmental impacts, light detectors, and his garden on the roof
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Louis Perroy argues that financial institutions are ignoring at their peril the risks posed by climate change
With the golden age of landfill coming to an end, thermal desorption could be a major aid to developers in the regeneration of Brownfield sites. John Haven reports
Rob Bell looks at the work of the Land Restoration Trust, which is helping to regenerate polluted industrial sites for the benefit of communities
British Telecom saved £128 million last year - and lessened its impact on the environment - by eliminating unnecessary travel for meetings. Lesley King explains how it was done
The country's largest supermarket chains have come together, revealing a commitment to waste minimisation by agreeing to pioneer new ways of packaging their products. Tom Idle reports
As global deforestation continues at a staggering rate, Chayley Collis reveals why sustainable timber procurement is becoming more and more important
Camilla Anderson talks to James Beal of Renewables East, a company at the forefront of the drive to convert motorists to the cause of biodiesels
Bill Butterworth, a former lecturer in Work Study, keeps up the pressure on our regulators as he comes up with a practical answer to the eternal question 'When is a waste not a waste?'
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