News in Brief
A device designed to seek leaks and cracks in pipes and other structures was one of the environmental technologies on display at the Canada House in London this week.
Finnish research has linked inhaling fine particles during warm weather with an increased stroke risk.
Biofuel subsidies could leave Britain with bread shortages as wheat is diverted to bio-ethanol production, the national millers' association has warned.
A case of alleged sewage leaks onto land in Kent in 2003 is likely to cause a headache for water companies after it was referred to the ECJ.
The Irish government has been told it must take steps to improve its protection of wildlife, including drawing up detailed plans showing the breeding and resting areas of several listed species.
A case which had to be dropped due to a technical error has nevertheless brought to the fore the problem of a lack of communciation between the UK's planners and environmental regulators.
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