The European Commission has allocated €3.5 million for work to help prepare for and prevent disasters in central Asia.
The Environment Agency has won two court cases against those who breached Waste Management Licences in Derbyshire.
Old plasterboard is to be given a new lease of life as a leading recycling organisation explores opportunities for the all-to-common cast off of the building industry.
Mercury levels in tuna could be higher than previously thought, according to a study of the popular fish conducted by an American pressure group.
According to a new report, the leading technology companies are using Sustainability-Driven Innovation to win customers and create new markets. John Haven reports.
South Tyneside Council is one of the councils to be accredited under the Carbon Trust's Energy Efficiency scheme. The man responsible, Andrew Atkinson, reveals how he did it.
In spite of good intentions, says Jonathan Foster of Atkins, local authorities are failing to manage their own environmental impact
Dr Don McLean, MD of Integrated Environmental Solutions (IES), looks to the future of sustainability in the world of building design and construction
Eric Russell reports on the development of tidal stream, the hitherto overlooked sustainable energy phenomenon
With landfill costs rising, the hospitality industry needs to reduce the amount of waste it produces. John Haven looks at how one hotel chain set about doing so
Stuart Randall, of environmental consultants DARP, believes that UK companies are seriously underestimating the impact of the new Hazardous Waste Regulations
Gill Ross-Jones, HazRed Project Manager at the Environment Agency, explains how the project aims to help small businesses reduce their hazardous waste
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