Two Brits will set off on Friday on an expedition to central Africa powered by a biodiesel made from waste chocolate.
The first 100 generators of micro-renewable energy in Ireland will be able to save money on the installation of smart meters.
Government-funded climate company the Carbon Trust has launched a major new campaign to help business reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.
Rooftop allotments and on-site wind turbines are just two of the eco-friendly features that developers are using to attract buyers to a new development in Brighton.
Details about the proposed decision to grant a licence to Dublin City Council to operate a non hazardous waste incinerator at Pigeon House Road have been published.
Severn Trent Water is to be prosecuted by the Serious Fraud Office for allegedly providing false information to the industry watchdog Ofwat.
An action plan for improving water quality and reducing nutrient pollution in one of the world's longest rivers has been published.
Britain is set to build the world's largest biomass plant after the Government gave the green light to a scheme in south Wales.
North America's largest waste firm has been fined more than $1m after failing to ensure its diesel trucks met emissions standards in California.
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