The UK is punching well below its weight when it comes to offshore wind, risking missing legally-binding targets and the opportunity to secure tens of thousands of jobs.
Irish companies managed to cut their greenhouse gas discharges between 2007 and 2008, according to figures supplied to the European Commission (EC) by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Sustainable Energy Ireland has reminded businesses that the European Union is accepting proposals under the Intelligent Energy - Europe programme.
The Canadian province of Manitoba has been battered by frozen floodwater this week, with the deluge causing havoc and claiming lives.
Top figures from both ends of the political spectrum have spoken out in favour of electric vehicles this week, saying consumers need to be encouraged to switch to low carbon cars.
The water supply to over 200,000 homes has been affected by possible contamination in Northern Ireland.
One of the world's most iconic sky scrapers - the Empire State Building - is going green, it was announced this week.
Community groups will now be able to mix waste paints for reuse thanks to new guidelines issued by Scotland's environmental watchdog.
A pre-budget call has gone out to the government to provide up-front loans for businesses to insulate energy inefficient buildings.
Vinegar fuels the growth of bacteria which can clean up polluted groundwater, scientists have found.
The government is giving more than £300,000 to Gloucester City Council to help pay for the clean-up of contaminated soil on a River Severn island.
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