An EU research project has concluded that it is possible to build cars to order within five days - dramatically cutting waste and emissions from transporting the goods.
Irish organisations have sent over 7,000 computers to African nations instead of simply disposing of them.
Westmeath County Council has assured residents that the drinking water coming out of taps in the area had no "serious pollution".
A waste management firm that became the first in Ireland to be awarded the Peel Cup was subject to a protest at one of its landfill sites.
Landowners, companies or farmers that contaminate land could face millions in clean-up bills as well as facing financial penalties when the Environment Liability Bill is introduced next year.
Motor industry spending on advertising for the least polluting cars doubled in 2007 but remains biased to the highest polluting vehicles, a new survey reveals.
A website offering a "one-stop-shop" of information to help organisations deal with the effects of climate change has been launched by Government.
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