Genetically modified oilseed rape has been found in Somerset fields where trials of non-modified crops were being carried out.
Energy and oil Ministers from around the world met in London last week and while the environment was far from the top of the agenda, the meeting showed a global enthusiasm for renewable energy and carbon capture and storage.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has urged Londoners to make a concerted effort to recycle this Christmas, saying that "we need to stop thinking of rubbish as 'waste' - it is in fact a resource."
Hundreds of fish have been released into the River Thames in an effort to halt a plunge in population levels.
The building industry is being asked to help shape a definition of the much-debated term "zero carbon".
A tidal stream turbine in Northern Ireland has demonstrated the potential of tidal energy by setting a new world record.
Electricity is to be produced on a landfill site in Northern Ireland thanks to the launch of a Euro 4m scheme.
Major renovation work is to be carried out at the Terryland Water Treatment Plant to help Galway in the supply of its own drinking water.
Some 20 new research and development positions are set to be filled next year as a new energy research centre has been launched.
Energy-related CO2 emissions in Ireland have reduced by 1.4% since 2005, according to the findings of a new report.
The Irish government is hoping to piggyback on policies set to be created by US President-elect Barack Obama in support of eco-friendly companies.
SLR Consulting, the UK’s fastest growing environmental consultancy has acquired Surrey-based firm Architecture and Planning
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