The quality of water flowing through English and Welsh rivers is on the up, continuing an 18 year trend.
Scientists working for the Economic & Social Research Council have been looking at why British farmers are not embracing natural alternatives to chemical pesticides.
Using contaminated land to develop renewable energy is less likely to meet opposition and could come with a big financial bonus, developers are being told.
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Special courts to tackle environmental offenders should be established in Ireland, according to packaging recycling firm Repak.
Cleanliness around Ireland has been on the rise and litter on the streets has decreased, according to new figures.
A massive purple robot has been unleashed on a poorly-performing borough to kick start recycling.
Air pollution controls are failing to protect people and the environment from the harmful effects of ground level ozone and climate change will make the problem worse, the Royal Society has warned.
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