As the government considers proposals for a renewable transport fuel obligation which would see five per cent of all fuel sold by 2010 to come from crops, the Forestry Commission has shown that far higher targets can be reached with no adverse effects.
A leading environmental consultancy looks set to change hands after receiving an offer from a private equity firm to buy the business.
Traditional Cockney snack, the jellied eel, could soon be causing consumers to react with more than just the Lambeth Walk.
Walking just a few metres away from the edge of city roads makes a real difference to the particulate pollution inhaled by pedestrians pounding the pavement, according to a London research team.
A new rule announced this week could speed up brownfield development in the US.
Water giant Severn Trent is under criminal investigation by the Serious Fraud Office following accusations of a multi-million pound accounting fudge.
An Examination in Public has begun this week into the East of England Plan, which contains proposals to build 500,000 new homes across the region (see related story).
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