Development on brownfield sites has reached record levels as homes are built to meet the needs of those trying to get onto the ever-heightening first step of the property ladder.
The best way to manage our dwindling water resources is to employ the services of nature, according to the author of a new book calling for safeguards for freshwater ecosystems.
A database with up-to-date information from almost 1,000 gauging stations across the UK has been launched to help professionals make more accurate flood predictions.
China is paying an environmental price for its rapid economic growth and, according to a survey, this has become one of the top concerns of its citizens.
Almost any organisation which stores oil is set to be affected by new regulations that come into force in September.
League tables comparing the consumption of energy in homes across the regions have been published for the first time by the DTI.
A public inquiry into the controversial redevelopment of Enfield's Carterhatch Lane Recycling Site has been ordered by Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott.
Greenpeace has called for an end to nuclear subsidies and would like to see the funds channelled into the renewable sector instead, despite a glimmer of hope from troubled British Energy.
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