A United Nations environmental team is on standby to help Chinese and Russian authorities following the contamination of the Songhua River last week.
Ofwat has announced the first group of licensees who will compete with the existing water companies to supply large water users.
The parents of 30 children born with birth defects have been given permission to sue the Midlands council they believe is responsible for allowing the toxic contamination of the area.
The WWF has resigned "in despair" from the Government's Senior Steering Group on building design, accusing the Government of backsliding on key environmental issues.
Addressing our gluttonous and unnecessary consumption of energy is as important to our survival as the war on terror - and far easier to resolve.
The Greater London Authority could be given greater power over strategic issues affecting the capital, including housing, planning and waste.
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