A biomass power station capable of powering half a million homes has been given the go ahead this morning (30 September).
US environmental authorities have ordered a fertiliser manufacturer to clean up its act after 'many' spills of hazardous materials which could endanger human life.
New York has announced an ambitious plan to train 1000 green buildings supervisors in one year.
New York's world famous cityscape is going to get a slight change as roofs are painted white to help tackle climate change.
Ireland is being urged by leading environmental lights to claim a slice of the multi-billion dollar green goods and services pie.
Companies are defying the 'doom-and-gloom' of the world economy to keep going green, a new report has found.
A campaign by voluntary groups has forced the Government to move to reduce their water bills.
The first phase of planning and design for a waste food to renewable energy plant has been signed off, it was announced this morning (29 September).
Water quality in England and Wales is continuing to improve but still has a long way to go to meet European benchmarks.
A carbon cutting group will giveaway professional services and advice to help firms get on the fast track to low carbon.
The devolved Scottish Government hit out last night after being 'relegated to the fringes' of climate change talks.
More than 80 people are confirmed dead and around 32 are missing after a tropical storm swept through the Filipino capital Manila.
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