Fears about eating Scottish food fertilised with radioactive seaweed have been eased by a new study showing contamination levels are below legal limits.
Ambitious new plans to improve the quality of Scottish waterways have been unveiled by the country's environment watchdog.
The Queen's Speech this month included the latest energy bill designed to move the UK to a lower carbon economy.
A leading environmental charity and an international insurance company are banding together to help tackle climate change.
Ireland must be ecologically 'solvent' the country's environment minister told a pre-budget parliamentary debate this month.
More money should go from heavy engineering projects such as roads into green schemes, a leading government advisory body says.
Society faces a future energy crisis because renewable energy will not be enough to replace dwindling fossil fuel supplies, a new US study warns.
A power company has been fined £20,000 for a diesel spill that polluted a Scottish loch resulting in a "devastating" impact on the environment.
Do-gooding amateur dam builders apparently worried about the effect of low water levels on wildlife risk flooding Lincolnshire homes, the Environment Agency has warned.
Swimming spots in England and Wales are getting cleaner according to latest test results published this month.
Figures from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency reveal the country's yearly recycling and composting rate rose to 35.2% for the year July 2008 to June 2009.
People working with certain trees are now able to apply for a slice of £1.5m to invest in biomass.
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