European leaders agree to give €100 billion annually by 2020 to the developing world to fund climate change fighting initiatives but remain deadlocked over who should pay what.
A report for the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) has found 'too many uncertainties' make it difficult to rule on the effects on human health of incineration.
Australia's drought-plagued Murray-Darling river basin is to receive respite in the form of 3.1 billion litres of water.
Northern Ireland is hoping to follow the example set by its southern neighbor in tackling the waste generated by shops and supermarkets handing out plastic bags to their customers.
The City of London Corporation has issued a last call for entries to its green gongs.
The Government has poured more than £100m worth of funding into overhauling Essex's waste infrastructure.
A campaign to get British individuals, businesses and other organisations signed up to cut their emissions by 10% by next year has launched in Ireland.
An ageing gas tanker that was stopped from being illegally sent to Indian ship breaking yards is to find a new lease of life in Dubai.
While Ireland must continue to be involved in global efforts to curb climate change, it must also prepared and adapt to minimise the unavoidable impacts that have already begun.
The US Government has said it will spend $200m creating a 'smarter, stronger and more efficient electric system'
UK home owners waste a staggering £2.9bn on energy bills and inadvertently pump out more than 15m tonnes of carbon dioxide every year by failing to adequately insulate their homes, according to new research.
The Advertising Standards Agency has cleared power company EDF over a TV, press and poster campaign promoting green electricity.
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