Water companies should recycle more sewage into drinking water to ease water shortages, civil engineers have said.
Growing aircraft emissions will prevent Britain from reaching its greenhouse gas targets unless Government takes action to control demand, Oxford academics said in a report published this week.
The USA's two strongholds of action on carbon emissions, California and a cluster of north eastern states on the Atlantic seaboard, have spoken of plans to join forces in the hopes of making their individual efforts more effective.
Professional composting is growing at a breakneck speed but, according to the sector's leading trade association, there is still potential for huge expansion.
The public should be able to buy their own wind turbines on the never-never, to take the financial sting out of their installation, according to the Government Minister responsible for climate change issues.
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