Water UK has just confirmed that its popular Asset Management Forum will be hosted at IWEX, (18-20 October, NEC, Birmingham).
A few short months ago the future looked bright for UK renewables as Tony Blair pushed the global importance of tackling climate change in the build up to the high profile G8 gathering.
Former Australian prime minister Bob Hawke has enraged NGOs and made politicians wince by suggesting the county's sparsely populated desert interior be used as a nuclear dump by the rest of the world.
Air pollution could impact on male fertility, increase the risk of miscarriage and even lead to birth defects according to a new study that measured the effects of smog on sperm.
Wales is running out of space to bury its waste and must almost triple its recycling rates in the next four years if it is to meet its targets.
An alliance of over 30 companies and energy sector organisations is demanding the US administration acknowledge man-made climate change in the wake of Hurricane Katrina - by committing real cash to solutions.
The future of environmental education in the UK rests on a knife edge while Government ponders whether to return funding stripped from a charity that provides a vital support network for the sector.
Existing safeguards protecting the public from potential health risks of exposure to pesticides are far too weak according to an expert report.
Government officials have expressed disappointment that industry has not taken to environmental management systems in the same way it has adopted other voluntary standards encouraging good practice such as the Charter Mark and Investors in People.
An extra £250,000 has been awarded to a grant-assisted scheme set up to boost small scale renewable energy projects in Scotland.
Historic under investment in Cape Town's sewer system has left the South African city vulnerable to an outbreak of waterborne disease.
While rain may have returned to most of the UK water levels are still low and saving now could help abstractors avoid facing restrictions next year.
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