Planned information packs to help home buyers easily assess the energy efficiency of a potential property have met with a mixed response among the public, despite the fact that most people say the cost of utility bills is a consideration when choosing a house.
The latest twist in the saga of what Australia's federal government might do with its nuclear waste sees aboriginal people offering a piece of land in the Northern Territories for the job.
The choices we make when it comes to transporting and packaging can have serious implications for the carbon footprint of the wine industry, according to a Government-backed organisation dedicated to addressing excessive use of resources.
The drains of as many as one in five homes and businesses are illegally connected so that they carry dirty water straight into rivers, lakes and the aquifer according to the Environment Agency.
A tanker driver who dumped raw sewage into a storm drain has become one of the first people to be convicted under new legislation introduced north of the border.
Warmer weather is already driving many of the continent's animal species further and further north while trees may be unable to migrate fast enough, according to the European Environment Agency.
Green construction will be vital for the sustainable development of rural areas, according to a gathering looking at the environmental challenges facing England's South East.
How the UK's waste market needs to evolve to meet the challenges of sustainable waste management
The publication of a new strategy to support the reuse of brownfield land signals a renewed hope for England's legacy of sites, writes Stephen Cox
Site Waste Management Plans are soon to become the law for projects of more than £250,000. Mike Payne of Envirowise explains how this will result in significant benefits for companies
The Low Carbon Building Programme's 'inefficient' grant system is a mess, according to Robert Kyriakides of Genersys. Is it time to find a replacement?
The government's proposal that all new homes should be zero-carbon rated by
2016 has set a tough target for housebuilders in terms of design, delivery and affordability. Gary Mills reports on a new development which addresses these issues
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