An investment company dedicated to environmental markets has more than doubled its backing for renewable energy as global confidence in eco-friendly technology surges.
The environmental quality of the Mediterranean Sea will continue to suffer unless more is done to enforce existing laws designed to protect it from pollution.
Barrie Clarke of Water UK says the fear of flooding is putting pressure on planners and policy-makers to work together
Martin Petersen recently visited the tsunami-hit region of Banda Aceh, Indonesia, to establish short-, mid- and long-term waste-management solutions
Tim Yeo MP, former Shadow Environment Secretary, urges the Government to tackle aviation and its impact on climate change
The new desalination plant in Singapore is a first in many ways. Frank Rogalla and Black & Veatch colleagues William Young and Don Ratnayaka discuss the plant
Makers UK has developed a solution to aggressive acid attack on WwTW assets
Neil Dalby of BAC Corrosion Control Limited discusses remote monitoring of pipelines protected by impressed current cathodic protection systems
Inditherm provides heating and insulation that save energy and improve health and safety
Simon Charlesworth of ABS looks at key LCC factors in pump-purchasing decisions
Dr Stephen Bolt, head of integrated water management at ADAS, describes how environmental legislation and climate change will create a regulatory tightrope
Anthony Bennett, Technical Director at Clarity, reports on developments in UK desalination, the driving forces behind it, and its growing future
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