River basin transfers are a threat to the world's most vital resources, according to the World Wildlife Fund.
Renewable energy is becoming an increasingly popular commodity to invest in, according to a new trend analysis from UN Environment Programme (UNEP).
Exporting mercury from the European Union will be banned from 2011, the EU governments agreed yesterday.
New powers enabling ministers to freeze plans for a controversial oil shipment were backed yesterday by Scottish politicians from all sides.
Torbay Council in Devon is the first in the UK to test a new solar-powered bin that compacts waste as it's filled, allowing the bin to hold up to five times the amount of normal rubbish.
Industrial wasteland is being regenerated and redeveloped, as part of a new scheme in Northwest England.
A former administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency is being criticized over September 11 workers' health and safety from toxic pollutants following the attacks.
Nearly 9 out of 10 road haulage companies are attempting to trim down their carbon footprint, according to a new survey by the Freight Transport Association (FTA).
A tool measuring performance towards 'waste neutrality' in construction has been launched by WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme).
Renewable energy could play a big role in saving Wales' coastline whose greatest current challenge is climate change, according to the Welsh Minister for Sustainability and Rural Development
Recycled water will be an "important" part of Australia's future drinking supplies, the government said this month.
The government has opened consultation on plans for a new hi-tech multi-billion pound underground storage facility for radioactive waste.
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