A detailed report looking at progress made on the UN's Millennium Goal paints a disheartening picture for the environment, giving it a bleak 2 out of 10.
Plans to follow in Irish footsteps and tax plastic carrier bags handed out to shoppers have been deferred by the Scottish executive.
The Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has advised farmers that they should apply for a licence to abstract water for irrigation before prices go up considerably.
You might expect a huge shopping centre to have a significant environmental impact - not so in Milton Keynes. Yvonne Shuttleworth explains the strategy behind its zero-waste policy
Under the WEEE Directive, local authorities will not pay to recycle electrical equipment, and will get additional funding from retailers. Steve Gough outlines the implications
With the ever spiralling cost of waste disposal, finding real alternatives has become a top priority, as Tim Reed explains
After more than a decade of investigation and negotiation, a determined builder has moved a regulatory mountain to turn a polluted old shipyard into a residential complex and marina
London's Olympic bid victory was an enormous achievement for Great Britain. Tom Idle caught up with Sue Riddlestone, the sustainability champion whose work has been influential in the success
Graham Hilton of EIC says, if fuel-price hikes and environmental catastrophe fail to prompt swift action on biofuels, it is difficult to guess what will
Sustainable procurement is an opportunity for a higher-quality product which is cheaper yet improves profitability for the supply chain, writes Jonathan Rogers
Stephen Bolt looks at the far-reaching implications that the conclusion of the Water Framework Directive is likely to bring
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