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Russian president Vladimir Putin said the East Siberia-Pacific oil pipeline should avoid lake Baikal, after continued protests about the risks of oil spills into the world's deepest and cleanest lake.
Radical activists brought green ideas into Britain's mainstream construction business, laying the foundations of the eco-housing industry, new research suggests.
New ways of ensuring food production does not cost the earth are considered by a Government strategy published this week.
Supermarket giant has said it plans to spend £100 million on cutting its carbon emissions and increasing energy efficiency.
The arguments in favour of washable, reusable nappies have been brought to the public eye in Manchester as the city took part in the promotion of Real Nappy Week.
Scottish authorities gave the go-ahead on Thursday for Europe's most powerful wind farm to date, which will produce enough green electricity to power most homes in nearby Glasgow.
The long-term solution to dealing with Britain's nuclear waste is underground burial, a group of Government advisors said on Thursday.
A new Biomass Energy Centre and a five-year grant scheme for biomass boilers are among the Government's plans to promote biomass energy, announced this Thursday.
A group of Euro MPs voted to keep a law requiring states to prevent dangerous chemicals from leaking into groundwater, resisting pressure from member states and business to weaken the EU Groundwater Directive.
A massive hydroelectric dam across the Severn estuary was among the proposals the Welsh Assembly submitted to the UK Energy Review.
The first "smart" remote metering devices, expected to cut energy use and save customers' money while bypassing the meter man, were installed in UK homes on Wednesday.
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