How the international community responds to the crises created by climate change in 'front line' regions such as the arctic could define the landscape for future global co-operation on environmental issues.
David Kidney, the MP for Stafford probably best known in environmental circles for his involvement in the debate on rising population and climate change, took a whistle stop tour of Government's green policies at Sustainabilitylive.
A Somerset school has installed a wind turbine and taken steps to tackle its energy efficiency in the hopes of inspiring its students to become better stewards of the planet in the future.
The Australian government has bought seven billion litres of water from a vast cattle and sheep station in an effort to rejuvenate parched land in the drought prone Murray-Darling basin.
The European chemicals industry has established a forum to discuss the sustainable development of the sector.
University researchers have discovered a major new coral reef during a deep-water expedition.
The Environment Agency's chief executive has warned businesses not to use the recession as an excuse to take their eye off the ball when it comes to their environmental responsibilities.
Ambitious plans for what would be Ireland's largest wind farm on a site in County Clare have been revealed.
The vast majority of large construction firms say they are more likely to award work to contractors who can prove their green credentials.
The UK and Norwegian governments are jointly researching the possibility of storing carbon dioxide under the north sea.
Recycling rates in London are among the lowest in the UK and City Hall is now calling on the Mayor to make it easier for those who live and work in the capital to properly dispose of their waste while they are out and about.
The American Environmental Protection Agency is to strengthen safety measures around pesticides put into the soil during farming.
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