Marine life on Korea's west coast has been devastated by the oil spill that hit the region in December, according to a government report.
The tightening of air pollution rules in the US has sparked a row between environmental groups and the White House.
Bringing empty buildings back into use is a far more effective way of cutting carbon than building new ones from scratch, no matter how green they might be.
Two men in Northern Ireland have been fined for breaching waste management legislation.
The Irish government has made public a number of new measures designed to help deliver on commitments to create a sustainable, secure and competitive electricity sector in the country.
On a visit to Mali, leading figures from the water industry found out that there is a lot more to WaterAid's work than digging holes. Fiona Blake from the international charity reveals what they learned
The new water strategy can help hard-pressed customers by building on the achievements of price regulation, writes Barrie Clarke of Water UK
Leachate treatment is one of the most challenging aspects of emissions control for landfill operators. Philip Whittaker, Air Products' business development lead for water systems explains how a Welsh site is pioneering a new system
The starting date may be April 1 but it is no joke - water deregulation is coming to Scotland. Claire Smith reports
The five year regulatory cycle is failing the water industry and its customers, writes Chris Hoggart, chair of the EIC's Water Pollution Control Group - which is lobbying the government for change
However sophisticated the economics, the value of some things cannot be calculated. And water may be one of them, writes Barrie Clarke of Water UK
A three-dimensional image of a new pressure chamber and discharge system at a Blackpool pumping station gave a clearer picture for all parties concerned, writes GHA Livigunn's Chris Edwards
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