A Japanese company claims that it has developed a fuel cell that can power a car purely on tap water.
Construction waste heading to landfill will be halved and 25% of materials used in construction projects will be responsibly sourced by 2012 under new Government plans.
Dell has launched a plan to become the greenest technology company on earth.
It is an announcement that those caught out by last summer's devastating floods will be pleased to hear - scientific advances will now make it easier to predict where and when extreme rainfall will occur in the UK.
Demand for green collar workers is continuing to grow despite the current economic downturn, according to recruitment experts.
Officials in Peterborough have announced they will host a one-day expo for businesses as part of the city's drive to become the UK's "Environmental Capital".
A new layer of historical mapping has been made available which could help consultants assess whether development sites could contain unexploded bombs.
Following recent reports raising concerns about the fungus Aspergillus found in compost, Garden Organic, the composting and sustainable waste, is reminding people that home composting is still a safe practice.
The Co-operative Group has seen off stiff European competition to take home one of the top accolades in this year's European Business Awards for the Environment.
Developing countries can capitalise on the industrialised world's thirst for carbon cutting projects, but need to act fast if they are not to miss the window of opportunity.
We are proud to announce that the National Laboratory Service (NLS) will be a major sponsor of edie's Environmental Excellence Awards this year.
The UN has published an African atlas showing how the changing climate and conflict are carving the continent a new face.
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