Water companies have submitted plans to Ofwat setting out their proposed price increases between 2010 and 2015.
Big business has felt the wrath of climate activists this week with the twin weapons of nudity and superglue making themselves felt across London.
Tough new green building requirements will be introduced in San Francisco, the city's Mayor has announced.
Plans for a 315MW wind farm off the coast of Norfolk have been given the thumbs up by Government.
A council has put out an appeal to its residents for more information about industrial waste heaps along a well-used local footpath.
Energy consumed by computer servers has doubled in the last five years in the US and the rising trend looks set to continue, with IT carving out an increasing share of the country's total carbon footprint.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has come under fire from green campaigners as he celebrated his first 100 days in office.
Prosperous city streets may be "paved with gold" but researchers in the Netherlands have developed a far more environmentally friendly alternative.
The European Commission and the UN have announced plans to link their respective emissions trading schemes, bringing the reality of a global carbon market a step closer.
The estimated cost of a controversial nuclear waste dump in the Nevada desert has soared to nearly $100bn.
Existing efforts to curb the impact of carbon emissions from vehicles are making progress but industry and politicians must raise their game if we are to shave the share of greenhouse gases put out by transport.
Methane from a landfill site is being used to generate a low emission biofuel for refuse trucks, in a pioneering closed-loop initiative. Mike Gerber reports
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