Just days after one of Europe's green paragons announced a return to nuclear power, a country with a patchy track record has put a moratorium on new nuclear and coal power plants.
Leading support services and construction company Carillion has appointed Richard Sykes as Managing Director for the company's consulting business
Homeowners who discovered they were living on top of toxic ash have finally been told their homes will not be demolished after more than a four-year wait.
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Work on a flood alleviation scheme has been delayed as a result of ongoing work to clear up contamination near a distillery.
The US Senate has voted to pass an $830bn bill to boost the economy and create millions of jobs - but has trimmed planned investment in green building.
Investment in combined heat and power will be "vital" to tackle rising emissions from UK industry, according to the CHP industry's trade association.
Drawing up plans to meet EU water regulations offers the best opportunity to reform water and wetland management for decades, according to the head of one of the UK's biggest wildlife charities.
WRAP's training programme for local authority recycling managers has gone from strength to strength since its launch, pushing professionals up the skills ladder
For a more sustainable method of treating landfill leachate, it may be wise to investigate the benefits of reed bed technology, argues Patrick Hawes
A hi-tech canal barge has been built which can carry significant loads of waste on London's waterways with the potential to link up to the Olympic site
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