The UK Crown Estate has agreed to buy what is expected to be the world's largest offshore wind turbine.
Ireland's wind farms are facing varied and time-consuming problems in reaching EU proposals on renewable energy.
A website is allowing people across Ireland to calculate their carbon footprint.
The composting industry is this week urging people to help the environment through composting.
The European Chemicals Bureau will hand over responsibility for policing chemicals regulations to a new agency next month.
Orange juice, light bulbs and the humble potato will now display labels telling shoppers the size of each product's carbon footprint, Tesco has announced.
The Prime Minister says there will be no 'bin tax' but Defra says proposed trials of Pay-As-You-Throw waste collection schemes will be going ahead as planned.
Record numbers of complaints about environmental claims were made to the Advertising Standards Authority last year.
Idaho could be allowed to resurrect the banned practice of agricultural burning, provided farmers agree to standards laid down by the US Environmental Protection Agency.
A moratorium on grain and oilseed-based biofuels could slash food prices by up to 20% within the next two years, according to leading agricultural researchers.
Several species of Asian vulture are being wiped out faster than the dodo because they are eating carcasses of livestock that have been treated with a veterinary drug which to them is highly toxic.
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