Proposed changes to the EU's Emission Trading Scheme could result in the number of Kyoto credits outstripping European demand, analysts have said.
Millions of us will celebrate Easter this weekend by munching on a chocolate egg or two, but how many of us have stopped to think about the extra waste we are creating?
Dublin's local authorities have changed waste collection rules so that only the councils or a contractor appointed by the councils will be able to collect rubbish from homes.
Nearly two-thirds of Government departments are not on track to meet carbon reduction targets for offices and their transport emissions are still growing, a new report has revealed.
Whitehall departments will be included in a new UK emissions trading scheme that will target emissions from large businesses such as supermarkets and hotel chains.
The sporting body which runs the Olympics has for the first time acknowledged that poor air quality in Beijing could damage the health of some of the athletes competing in next year's games.
A large fine should be imposed on those responsible for a major spillage that killed fish stocks in the Ballymartin and Six Mile Water rivers, an Antrim councillor has said.
A report suggesting that last summer's extreme flooding in the UK was a freak event that cannot be directly linked to climate change has caused a media storm.
Waiting for the local health authority to prepare and issue a safety warning meant that mains water was not reinstated as fast as it might have been in Gloucester in the wake of last summer's floods.
The recently announced Carbon Reduction Commitment will force large businesses in Northern Ireland to reduce their energy use, officials have claimed.
Seattle's City Hall is stepping up its efforts to compete with other green cities and states in the US by switching to tap water.
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