Climate campaigners marked the opening day of Heathrow's controversial new Terminal 5 with a flash mob in the arrivals lounge of the new building.
More than 100,000 households in Northern Ireland have made commitments to cut carbon emissions, with residents in County Antrim the most enthusiastic.
More and more people are using public transport in Northern Ireland and helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the country, a new study has shown.
A team of scientists have successfully flown robotic aeroplanes across the Antarctic wastes for the first time.
Businesses must wake up to the opportunities of conserving biodiversity, according to a new report from the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Shell International.
Common household herbicides and insecticides could be linked to the onset of Parkinson's disease, a new study has found.
Defra's chief scientific advisor has said Government should delay introducing a legal requirement for the use of biofuels on UK forecourts.
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Ireland's Electricity Supply Board has announced a major investment in renewable energy.
Irish wind power firm Airtricity is inviting applications for funding under the Tappaghan Wind Farm Community Fund 2008.
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