Big business, environmentalists and those campaigning for social justice want many of the same things - even if they want them for different reasons.
A ministerial announcement is expected next week on the future prospects of harnessing the power of the River Severn's huge tidal range.
Since the introduction of the Waste Code of Practice for the development industry in September, not one single company has made a declaration to the Environment Agency.
The weak pound may be making life difficult for importers and tourists, but could provide a much-needed boost for UK plastics recyclers.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) was warned around 18 months ago about the extent of bottled water contamination across the country, it has been revealed.
More than a dozen businesses from across Ireland have been recognised for their efforts to reduce the environmental impact of their operations.
David Cameron has unveiled Conservative Party plans to decarbonise the UK economy, if elected.
Five CO2 laboratories will be built in Norway as part of a major investment programme to investigate carbon capture and storage.
It has been a tough time for the UK construction and development industry as the recession has taken hold - but European lawyers may have some good news for the industry.
Details have been published of the shortlisted companies bidding to carry out a £1bn waste treatment project.
Water levels in a major inland lake system are more sensitive to changes in the world's climate than previously thought, researchers have concluded.
MEPs have voted to ban the use of several toxic chemicals in pesticides and put in place new rules to protect the public and the environment from other pesticides.
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