Raids on two sites in east London and Essex have stopped the possible illegal export of electrical waste, according to police.
The UK's new Transport Secretary, Lord Adonis, has affirmed his department's commitment to the low carbon vehicle agenda.
£10m of funding has been awarded to five projects to take forward new examples of anaerobic digestion.
Environment and farming minister Jane Kennedy has quit the government following labour's poor showing in the European elections.
A leading lawyer has called for international co-operation from governments in order to create a world-wide low carbon economy.
Business is ready for a low carbon economy but needs more direction from the government, according to the CBI.
A public consultation on guidance measuring and reporting greenhouse gas emissions has been launched by DECC and Defra.
The proposed routes for the first two of London's 12 cycle superhighways have been announced.
Cumbria County Council has put pen to paper on a £700m deal it says will see the amount of rubbish sent to landfill reduced by 80%.
Plans to transform a gasworks into housing and retail are 'fundamentally flawed', according to the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE).
Turkey's largest and most expensive wind farm is due to start producing power in the next few weeks.
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