Tesco customers across Ireland will be able to see what quantities of greenhouse gases their purchases have accumulated from "seed to store".
A Northern Ireland construction company is investing in a new £10 million eco-friendly headquarters.
The public are being warned to steer clear of a stretch of shoreline of the River Tyne which has been found to be contaminated with a cocktail of chemicals.
A 15m Yuan (US$2.14m) five-year atmospheric study of a heavily polluted region of China has begun.
Royal Navy bomb disposal experts had to be called in to a Suffolk beach after a contractor working on sea defences accidentally unearthed an unexploded wartime bomb.
Generating energy from woodchips could potentially create hundreds of new jobs in Ireland by 2020, according to the County Clare Wood Energy Project.
Americans have been urged to spend upcoming tax rebates on buying energy efficient products.
Fuel efficiency standards for new cars and light trucks will increase by 25% by 2015, under proposals announced by the US Transportation Secretary.
Environmental campaigners have applauded national governments' decision to reject controversial changes to a voluntary labelling scheme.
Residents are appealing to Shell to relocate a gas refinery to a more remote site to protect their health and the environment.
A £13m project to improve water quality in Lancashire had to be halted after workers uncovered evidence of a Romano-British settlement.
The Climate Change Bill will give businesses the framework they are asking for to reduce their carbon emissions, the Environment Secretary has told industry.
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