Tests are set to be carried out on a school playing field that has been a no-go zone for pupils for more than three years because of lead contamination fears.
A majority of businesses plan on cutting back investments on energy and water efficiency initiatives as the struggle with the effects of the recession, it has been reported.
Ireland's energy minister has hinted that a tax on carbon emissions could be introduced as early as the end of this year.
The Institute of Marketecology (IMO) has been welcomed by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food as a new Irish organic certification body.
The Irish government needs to step in and do something about the waste management problems in Kilkenny, it has been suggested.
Wireless electricity could allow businesses to use one multiple source to power all appliances, experts say.
Developers have put forward plans for what would become one of the UK's largest zero-carbon developments to date.
Hidden rivers that wind their way under London's grey streets and green spaces are to once more see the light of day thanks to a plan to restore them to their natural state.
The Scottish Government has launched a new initiative to promote energy efficiency and renewable microgeneration in Scotland's schools.
Representatives from a Welsh council have been all the way to Belgium to pick up tips on how to clean up an acid tar lagoon.
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