Government departments with poor energy efficiency could find themselves in the embarrassing position of being forced to buy carbon credits from better-performing private companies when the Carbon Reduction Commitment kicks in next year.
Thames water has launched an information campaign after a survey revealed almost half of its customers flush unsuitable things down the loo.
Roof tiles will soon be made from recycled nappies when the Birmingham Knowaste plant opens
Work is underway on testing a new technique to clean up an area of highly polluted soil in Glasgow.
Think of Australian drought and the images that springs to mind are of the parched outback or arid sheep station.
A TV advertising campaign in Brazil is encouraging people to urinate while having a shower to save water that would be used by flushing the toilet.
Protesters fighting to keep a wind turbine factory open have vowed to continue occupying the site despite a judge granting the owners a possession order.
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