It may not be as sacred as the pint or the pound, but campaigners in the UK are up in arms over EU proposals to change the energy efficiency label.
California looks set to suffer a summer drought for the third consecutive year as low levels of winter rain and snowfall have been recorded.
The British automotive industry is to receive more than £2bn in soft loans - but must make some environmental concessions if it is to get the cash.
Thames Water has been fined £125,000 for polluting the River Wandle in what the court described as 'a 5km tragedy' for the water course.
Michael Woods, partner in the clean energy and sustainability team at international law firm Eversheds, comments on the risks associated with carbon trading.
Waste experts have slammed reports in the national media suggesting that recycling adds to global warming.
Ireland has been sent a formal warning by the European Commission for failing to issue industrial installation permits on time.
Construction work is underway at a Scottish bioenergy plant that will convert waste from the whisky-making process into energy.
The Minister for Transport, Noel Dempsey, has outlined key government targets for improving Ireland's public transport services.
Up to 300 people at Thames Water are set to lose their jobs as the company tightens its belt in the face of rising costs and falling income.
Using Michigan's brownfield sites to house renewable energy schemes would skip the need for the extensive remediation required for housing or commercial property and could power up to half the state's homes.
New legislation on water management and flood prevention must make responsibilities clear, ensure adequate funding is provided and tackle the issue of SUDS.
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