Dwindling supplies are forcing several Australian cities to consider tapping into the aquifer beneath their feet to meet the growing demand for water.
Water watchdog Ofwat has briefed city analysts and institutional investors on three separate consultations which will shape the financial future of the water industry.
The French ambassador to India has said his government would be prepared to take back any toxic waste remaining on warship the Clemenceau which is heading for the scrap yards of Alang.
The Welsh Assembly has banned new coal mines from being built within 350m of existing housing.
Those hoping to claim for compensation for developing an asbestos-related disease that thickens the lung lining are set for disappointment.
A water company has argued it does not need an EA licence to carry out work on its sewage treatment plants.
Finland has been found to be in breach of the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Trading Directive because it has failed to transpose it into national law.
The European Parliament and Commission are taking a disagreements over a ban on hazardous flame retardants to the courts.
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