A group of Israeli, Palestinian and French scientists have proposed a possible management solution to relieve the water quality crisis currently depriving residents of drinkable water in the Gaza Strip.
A promising picture of England's rural environment has been published by Defra this week but the department has accepted there is still a lot to do to restore this green and pleasant land.
More American businesses than ever before are taking into account the risks, and opportunities, created by climate change.
A £1 million project has begun to investigate the way organic carbon, in the form of compost or manure, can affect the way soil behaves.
The director of a Norfolk recycling firm has been jailed for a year following the death of a worker at his company's Ketteringham facility.
The government should make a definite commitment to build the 'Interceptor tunnel' to prevent regular deluges of raw sewage entering the Thames, a Lib Dem Assembly Member has said.
A Cumbrian roofer has been fined £5,000 after the Environment Agency got wind of asbestos tiles being stored illegally at a business park in Wigton.
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