A desire to insulate the UK from the turbulent energy markets of a fossil fuel starved future could drive growth of renewable, and nuclear, energy production in the country.
Vegetarian and animal rights charity Viva! has attacked the UK's leading supermarket after it said it burnt waste meat for energy.
Environmental charity Thames21 is hoping to put the enthusiasm for flash mobbing to good use, persuading people to help clean up the river via the phenomenon.
A leading US DIY chain is to expand its green building scheme with a £30m injection to create 5000 energy efficient homes.
Ireland's uncultivated grasslands and peat bogs are soaking up enough carbon dioxide to make them significant sinks for carbon dioxide, according to the country's environmental regulator.
Brownfield contaminated sites across the United States are set for a $55m clean-up scheme.
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