Londoners are being offered cut price insulation as part of a plan to curb the capital's carbon emissions, the Mayor announced on Wednesday.
Severe drought across large areas of China regions has caused over 13 million people to suffer drinking water shortages, the country's state drought relief service has said.
New EU rules to combat sea pollution will come into effect across European states starting in April, setting in place a system of penalties to prevent maritime pollution.
Britain's carbon emissions rose by 1.25 % in 2006, according to provisional Government data - mainly due to a switch from gas to coal in electricity generation.
A large proportion of the mountains of unwanted clutter thrown out as the spring cleaning season takes hold is recycled, according to a survey out this Wednesday.
A new online tool designed to reduce construction waste will guide the construction industry in increasing recycled content in building work and meeting minimum requirements.
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