The local farming industry can play a key role in the European Union's fight against climate change, according to the Ulster Farmers' Union (UFU).
A UK academic has blasted Government's green construction plans and said ministers are not doing enough to promote environmental building.
The Green Party in Northern Ireland has vehemently opposed the construction of nuclear power plants in the country.
Long revered for the accuracy and integrity of its reporting, ENDS magazine has published claims regarding its own environmental performance which could be seen as greenwash.
A new campaign is being launched to promote the use of reconditioned tyres as an environmentally-friendly alternative to new tyres.
The Environment and Heritage Service in Northern Ireland has published new advice for schools and universities about how they can reduce their environmental impact.
News in brief
A Canadian state that produces about 70% of the country's oil has set an ambitious plan to reduce its projected carbon emissions by 50%.
Denmark should reduce the health hazards and environmental risks of its transport, agriculture and energy sectors, according to a new report.
America must trust in the "creative genius" of its researchers and entrepreneurs to pioneer a new generation of clean energy technology, George Bush has declared in his final State of the Nation address.
Companies in Ireland have used a fast growing, perennial woody-type grass as a biofuel for energy generation for the first time.
The Irish Government is set to introduce a series of tax incentives designed at boosting energy conservation.
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