Environmental pioneers at the Centre for Alternative Technology in rural Wales have produced a report claiming that the UK could go carbon neutral by 2027 - and outlining how to get there.
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An official study has identified heating homes as the prime source of harmful particulate matter in New Zealand, outside the city of Auckland, where transport emissions are still the number one killer.
Environment campaign group WWF has called on Russia to ensure its Winter Olympic Games will not lead to the damage of the natural environment, which it claims could be at risk.
Canada's clean technology economy has taken another step forward with the go-ahead from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) for projects totalling £48 million in the latest funding round.
New Environment Secretary, Hilary Benn, wants to see councils in the forefront of the fight against climate change.
Around one million vehicles will be taken off the streets of Beijing for two weeks in a dress rehearsal for next year's Olympic Games.
Plans to build a huge industrial complex on the shores of a protected African lake, pump salt into the water and introduce a hybrid shrimp to increase salinity have been condemned as madness by conservationists.
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After its weighing systems became unreliable after 15 years' service, Bristol Water reviewed the way it measured sludge blanket levels. And Partech Instruments was called in.
Italy has been told it must draw up waste plans for all of its regions, as they are currently missing in five provinces.
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