A Kent water company today became the first in Britain to be granted "water scarcity status", which gives it the right to install compulsory water meters in households to tackle water shortages.
Almost six years after a Nigerian court first slapped a $1.5 billion fine on oil giant Shell for alleged environmental abuses the company is sticking to its guns, arguing there is no legal grounds for making it pay.
Eire's environmental elite will be descending on Dublin next week to take part in two major exhibitions.
There is a gaping hole in the knowledge of many small businesses when it comes to environmental law which affects them but a new tool has been launched to help them to keep abreast of developments.
New guidelines have been published to protect those living near industrial sites from a variety of irritant gases.
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