Consumers looking to buy electric or hybrid vehicles can expect to see up to £5,000 slashed from the showroom price tag by 2011 as Government seeks to persuade motorists to opt for low-carbon cars.
Secondary school children are being offered the chance to take part in a Europe wide project aiming to teach them how to be more energy efficient.
Pesticides used in the USA are to be screened for the first time to see if they might be disrupting the reproductive systems of humans and animals.
Early planning will reduce climate change's potential impact on people's everyday lives, according to the European Commission.
British plans to plough ahead with a new generation of nuclear power stations have angered environmentalists.
All 114 people arrested by police earlier this week on suspicion of conspiracy to commit aggravated trespass and criminal damage at Ratcliffe-on-Soar Power Station have been released on bail.
Ireland should move to a low carbon economic recovery, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
Water-starved California is to receive the lion's share of a $1bn federal funding package aimed to stave off drought in the American west.
Improving energy efficiency in existing housing is a 'Herculean' task, according to both the Economic and Social Research Council and Technology Strategy Board.
Dr Phil Morton, chief executive of REPIC, the UK's argest WEEE Producer Compliance Scheme comments on the potential pitfalls of the current system.
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