Sustainability of biomass as an energy source will be vital if Ireland achieves its renewable energy targets, a conference in Dublin has heard.
The amount of waste being sent to landfill in England dropped slightly in 2007 and household recycling went up, new figures from Defra have suggested.
Members of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Climate Change and Energy Security have visited Galway to find out the key drivers of climate change in Ireland.
Three applications from South West Water to discharge sewage into the Atlantic Ocean off Cornwall have been refused by Government.
With the UK's biggest environmental exhibition just weeks away edie takes a look at what's on offer at SustainabilityLive!
The European Commission is taking Italy to court for failing to effectively resolve the waste crisis that has plagued Naples and the surrounding region of Campania.
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Increasing greenwash in advertising could turn consumers away from spending their money on environmentally-friendly products, a new report has warned.
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Labour Lord Chris Smith is to take over the reins as chairman of the Environment Agency in July.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) will play host at a lunch at Sustainabilitylive! 2008 in a bid to share its plans for the renewable energy research market.
Two awards ceremonies celebrating the successes of the environmental industries will be held in Birmingham during SustainabilityLive!
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