Enthusiasm for green building, or at least the reputational gains it offers, continues to grow in the USA's construction sector, despite cuts to government incentive schemes.
The UK's electricity watchdog has published new guidelines in an attempt to clear up consumer confusion over the credibility of claims concerning green tariffs offered by energy companies.
The ongoing downturns being seen in the Irish economy look set to ensure that the country will succeed in meeting its Kyoto targets for greenhouse gas emissions, one expert has warned.
Up to 4,000 jobs are expected to be created through the Irish government's newly-launched national insulation programme.
A renewable energy technology firm in Ireland has claimed that it has designed the most efficient solar panel in the world to date.
The European Commission (EC) yesterday adopted a green paper setting out the challenges the trans-European transport network policy may bring.
Catchment management plans will be vital if the UK is to improve water quality and reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, according to environmental scientists.
Tackling existing inefficiencies and developing technologies that reduce the environmental impact of business will need to be at the heart of any green economic recovery, according to the CBI.
The Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Brendan Smith, has launched a new initiative in a bid to improve profitability for Ireland's farmers.
The retail electricity market is set to become a target of in-depth analysis this year, the European Commission has announced.
The European Economic and Social Committee has emphasised the need for transparency with regards to nuclear energy.
Juliet Davenport,CEO of energy supplier Good Energy, on Ofgem's publication of guidelines on green erngy supply.
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