Financial institutions put their reputations at risk if they invest in companies which have a negative impact on the environment, according to a new report.
New protections are being introduced to help so-called "Good Samaritans" clean up America's abandoned mines - without fear of being sued.
A furniture installation made of recycled furniture went on the show this week as part of a campaign to boost furniture reuse in London.
Caribbean corals are in danger of extinction because of warmer waters caused by climate change, a new study has revealed.
Marine scientists have called for a total ban on North Sea cod fishing.
A US Federal Court has denied appeals by the US Environmental Protection Agency and industry to overturn the same court's December, 2006 ruling that struck down the agency's rule attempting to weaken protections against harmful smog-forming pollution.
Retailers and producers are less than one month away from having to comply by new regulations designed to reduce the environmental impact caused by waste from the disposal of electronic equipment such as television and toasters.
Policies to protect wildlife, woodland and water in England and Wales differ widely in their ability to adapt to climate change, says a newly published report by the Environment Agency and Countryside Council for Wales.
Eight UK green energy companies and a host of international contenders - from Tanzania to Peru - have made the finalist list for the Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy, which will take place in London on June 21st.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) kicks off Architecture Week 2007 today, celebrating ten days of events.
The Manchester City Council is to launch a new green PC service to tackle 'Cyber-Warming' and reduce CO2 emission levels in the IT Industry, which some experts claim is at the same level of emissions as the airline industry.
Toxins and contaminant levels have fallen by about 70% in UK soil and grass, according to a new study conducted by the Environment Agency.
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