A gathering of the leaders of the world's richest countries has agreed that substantial reductions should be made to their greenhouse gas emissions but has failed to put any figures on these cuts.
The simplest individual actions can help reduce the threat of climate change and this week Londoners were urged by their Mayor to make their own DIY repairs to the planet.
This week saw a host of celebrations around the world commemorating World Environment Day, June 6.
Indonesia is the world's third biggest carbon criminal, according to a new report on climate change published in earlier this week by the World Bank and the Department for International Development.
Farmers can now find out how to save money and the environment with a new water management guide published by the National Farmers Union in partnership with environmental agencies including DEFRA.
The taps were turned back on for more than 2 million people in an eastern Chinese city, after a local lake was clogged up by a foul-smelling blue-green algae affecting water supply.
A luxury hotel planned for New York City will seek to demonstrate that going green does not mean self-sacrifice and hairshirts.
A group of athletes running around the world to raise money to help provide clean drinking water in poor parts of the world was in England this week.
A state of the art litter trap to collect debris floating along rivers was due to be officially unveiled by Jack Straw in Blackburn today, Friday June 8.
An award winning design for a house made of sheep wool and slag could pave the way to mass produced environmentally friendly family homes.
Nine American ex-naval "ghost ships" which were to be towed across the Atlantic and broken up on Teesside will no longer be making the journey.
Britons want the government to do more to combat climate change but are not doing enough themselves, a new poll reveals.
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