Ireland's environmental regulators have been looking at how their overseas peers are enforcing environmental law with the view to building a case for stronger powers at home.
Environment Agency experts from the North of England have joined the national debate on universal water metering, saying that most households should be fitted meters.
The G8 industrialised nations have agreed to an 80% carbon cut by 2050 but while this progress has been welcomed, they have been criticised for failing to set medium term targets.
Vast tracts of land contaminated by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster could be used to grow crops for the production of biofuels.
Accountants around the world have signed up to a set of principles that says efforts to track an organisation's social and environmental impacts must go hand-in-hand with financial reporting.
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