Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering is one of the biggest players in worldwide construction and its director of GeoEnvironmental will be explaining why 'dig and dump' is over.
A new $28m green building, more than half of which is made from recycled materials, will open to the public next week.
While a growing number of businesses are waking up to the value of cutting their carbon footprint, the issue of water use is still uncharted waters for many companies.
Climate change activists have promised direct action to stop a new generation of 'clean' coal fired power stations being built in the UK.
Europe has become the first region in the world to set "far-reaching", legally binding climate and energy targets.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Ireland has released a report called the Provision and Quality of Drinking Water in Ireland.
The European Parliament has voted to back new rules to strengthen the EU's internal energy market.
A campaign fronted by TV designer Kevin McCloud is calling for Government to take the financial sting out of installing better insulation and other measures to improve the environmental performance of existing homes.
A joint venture between Government, the Environment Agency and the Met Office should improve the accuracy and timeliness of flood warnings in the UK.
Buried deep in last week's budget is a titbit of information that will have those working in waste management breathing a sigh of relief - clarity over plans to steadily increase the rate of tax on waste going to landfill for the next four years.
The US Environmental Protection Agency is considering cutting emissions from the country's fourth-largest source of mercury air pollutants.
Planned federal energy efficiencies could cut the US's energy consumption by 10% by 2020, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy.
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