The minister for energy, at the department for energy and climate change, talks about the great strides made in recent years by the UK Government in tackling climate change.
There has always been a solid business case for the frugal use of resources, but there is now a growing environmental argument for increased efficiency.
A conference aimed at making our schools more sustainable is due to tour the country next month in order to reach as many teachers as possible.
The economic impact of climate change - and the business opportunities it presents - have been outlined by industry experts.
Northern Ireland Water has held its hands up to a pollution incident that took place at a faulty wastewater treatment works in County Down last year.
The yearly bathing water report has revealed 96 % of coastal swimming areas and 92 % of sites in rivers and lakes met at least the minimum standards set by the European Commission.
Boris Johnson has announced plans for a group to work together to convert the capital's food waste into eco-fuel.
The Republic of Ireland has agreed to take back the waste from a series of vast fly tipping sites north of the border that was illegally dumped over a two year period at the beginning of the decade.
A man who dumped hazardous waste - including oil drums and a vehicle battery - at a beauty spot was given a conditional discharge.
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