Fishing boats should be barred from deep sea bottom trawling, the UK's fisheries minister Ben Bradshaw has said.
The UK government's spending on water and sanitation in the developing world is set to double to £200 million a year by 2020.
Micro-renewables are set to become a standard part of any new development north of the border if the Scottish Executive approves a new planning policy.
Carving up political powers which will determine waste policy in the capital will not make huge gains without a funding boost to go with it, according to London Remade.
Plans to allow oil to be pumped from one ship to another in the Firth of Forth are one step closer to being implemented, despite concerns about the impact on the harbour's ecosystem if there is an oil spill.
With 'compelling evidence' backing the scientific case for man-made climate change it is time for economists to turn up the heat in the battle to reduce greenhouse gases, says the Royal Society.
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