High waters in the River Shannon and its tributaries have brought widespread flood chaos to Ireland.
China's state council has boosted hopes of successful Copenhagen climate change talks by announcing emissions cuts and promising to attend the event.
Water industry regulator Ofwat has blocked plans by some water companies to increase charges and in fact ordered bills to be cut.
The Liberal Democrats shadow energy and climate change secretary has attacked ministers and Government officials for flying to environmental talks in Copenhagen.
Green collar workers have marched on the Department for Energy and Climate Change to call for 10p to be added to cash back to create thousands of jobs in the solar industry.
The Department for Transport is offering free advice to van drivers and fleet managers to help cut fuel bills while reducing their environmental impact.
As the first compliance schemes for the batteries directive get underway, Helen Nicholson looks at the directive in more detail and the obligations it imposes
Councils vary considerably in scale across the UK, so when it comes to a local government software solution can one size really fit all? Phil Garvey tries to find out
Tim Balcon looks at the challenges for employers who need to recruit and maintain the best in a competitive market, and ensure staff training remains cutting edge
Scotgen believes its thermal treatment plant in Dargavel will become a blueprint for other facilities in the future. Claire Smith went to the opening to find out more
As Scotland calculates what it needs to achieve a zero waste society, Dean Stiles asks if it is a number crunching exercise too far
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