Tony Blair has finally announced what everyone has expected for months - that he believes nuclear power must play a role in meeting the UK's future energy needs.
Officers more used to prosecuting court actions than defending them found themselves before a judge this week after the Environment Agency caused a serious pollution incident on the River Exe.
A system that can funnel daylight into the darkest recesses of any building was among the cutting edge technologies on display at a major trade show this week.
The EU has published figures showing who is producing the most carbon and who is doing what to offset their emissions, under its continent-wide trading scheme.
Indian officials have forbidden a ghost ship reported to contain over 900 tonnes of toxic waste from docking at the infamous Alang shipbreaking yards in Gujarat.
Scientists at an Arctic research station have observed rocketing air pollution levels this month, saying the smog is now comparable to that found in the middle of a congested city during rush hour.
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