The World Bank says it's already preparing for a fully operational REDD scheme regardless of what is agreed in Copenhagen.
Talks at the Copenhagen climate conference have been officially suspended after developing nations refused to continue.
A Nobel Peace Prize winner has dismissed the hacking of emails from a university and said the 'overwhelming' evidence shows there is a problem.
A report outlining new standards for sites that store large volumes of gasoline have been published in response to the Buncefield disaster.
The company which runs Sellafield has been fined £75,000 after it emerged that contractors working at the nuclear facility were exposed to radioactive contamination.
A trade association representing the home heating oil industry has warned that Ireland's latest budget could lead to more fuel poverty in the country.
World leaders and ministers arrive in Copenhagen this week but a deal at the climate talks still seems far off.
Riot police are bracing themselves for a third day of violent protests after a weekend of violent confrontations with activists at the Copenhagen climate change talks.
The European Commission's Water Framework Directive has been hailed as the most significant piece of water legislation in more than 20 years, changing the legal framework for waters across Europe. Ian Rippin, from the National Laboratory Service, explains how it will work
In July, the Government announced its intentions for the Zero Carbon Definition.
Dave Cheshire explains what it actually means in practice for housing development projects
Pablo Solon, Bolivian ambassador to the UN, says sidetracked negotiatiors at COP15 are 'living in the Matrix'.
Kim Carstensen, the leader of WWF Global Climate Initiative looks at Monday's suspension of the COP15 talks.
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