Farmers in Brittany are staging hunger strikes against EU subsidies which they say encourage intensive, water-polluting agriculture, with protests now set to spread across France.
A lack of meaningful data means even the most well-intentioned investor is faced with difficulties when looking to back companies making every effort to lower their emissions, according to an influential alliance of financiers.
The City of London's prestigious Liveable City Awards have changed their name, launched new categories to reward SMEs and sustainable building and lined up high profile speakers to present them.
A London borough has joined the growing number of local authorities taking steps to ensure businesses in their ward are getting the best possible environmental advice.
Millions of tons of sand discarded every year by the USA's metal casting industry could be put to better use, according to the country's Environmental Protection Agency.
A fleet of school buses in Manchester has been fitted with anti-pollution devices in a bid to protect children from potentially deadly airborne particles.
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