The Labour Party in Ireland wants a possible undersea route to be investigated for a new series of power lines in the north of the country, reports have suggested.
The United States' largest man-made lake and reservoir could run dry in less than 15 years as a result of climate change and water demand, a study has concluded.
Plagued with power outages and rising energy bills, South Africa is looking to green building in an effort to tackle both - and reduce its carbon footprint.
The National Trust has told its workforce and volunteers - in excess of 50,000 individuals - to take the day off on February 29 and use it to do something to combat climate change.
The Government could be planning to further increase the levies imposed on rubbish dumped in landfill.
Government carbon cutting schemes will make the UK uncompetitive and add more costs than benefits.
Conflicting and poorly enforced Government policies and guidance are preventing the development of a sustainable food system in the UK, an independent advisory body has said.
You've got a modern, well-insulated office with no drafts to plug and few obvious easy wins when it comes to cutting the energy bills and helping the environment. So where do you start?
For small businesses, ploughing capital into energy efficiency can seem daunting, with lengthy payback periods making investment seem impossible.
A Carbon Trust trial identified the potential to save 2.5 million tonnes of CO2 and save UK small businesses £300 million per year.
It's an awkward moment - you ask for a glass of water and the waiter brings you a flashy-looking bottle with price tag to match. But according to environmentalists, we should be served tap water as standard unless we tell them otherwise.
Consulting engineers Silcock Dawson look at how to boost energy efficiency in garden centres
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