Global temperatures will rise by 2-4.5 degrees centigrade over the next 44 years, according to a draft report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change leaked by the US government this week.
European companies involved in the pulp and paper industry in South America came under fire this week for polluting and depleting water resources across Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina.
A gigantic cloud of dust has left a yellow film over huge swathes of Northern Europe.
Out-of-control farm fires in Russia combined with adverse weather conditions have been blamed for soaring particulate levels in Scotland and Northern England.
Water giant United Utilities ordered for dead trout to be removed from the site of a pollution incident, a Rochdale court heard on Tuesday.
The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) will be holding four essential policy briefings on land remediation on Tuesday 18 May and Wednesday 19 May at the 2006 International Clean Up (ICU) Conference.
Among the events on offer at the Nemex show at Birmingham's NEC next week is a series of seminars from the Energy Institute, looking at ways to cut energy consumption, slashing the bills and emissions - something that all businesses can benefit from.
Though it still only accounts for a tiny fraction of California's total vine crop, sustainable wine production is a fast-growing business in the American state.
Paris is set to become the latest city to install a network of underground tubes to suck up the waste from homes, eliminating the need for refuse collection vehicles.
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