Revamped plans for safety management oil and gas can be safely extracted have been presented to Ireland's national parliament the Oireachtas.
An optimistic Environment Agency believes that a piece of legislation that will name and shame businesses that are wasting energy could change the face of our town centres.
The Prince of Wales is calling on industry to recognise the 'immense value' wool can bring to both fashion and housing.
A flytipper who dumped waste in Sherwood Forest was not a merry man when his lorry was crushed.
Major retailers and manufacturers from around the world have drawn up a set of metrics that can be used to assess how sustainable packaging on any given product might be.
A Lincolnshire drain ran red with 'grossly polluting' blood and other abattoir waste for half a kilometre due to poor site management at a turkey plant, the courts have heard.
The Environment Agency has published a brief guide to the CRC explaining how it works and outlining the time table. These concise notes are well worth a look if you are in the dark about the scheme or want to refresh your memory fast.
An 'unusual' hearing ruled Luxembourg has been illegally polluting water courses by fertilising sloping land at certain times of the year.
Not enough big firms are sourcing their biofuels sustainably, according to the first report into the industry's green credentials.
The EU has formalised its backing for the Copenhagen Accord telling the UN that it sees the limited agreement that came out of December's COP15 meeting as the 'first step towards a legally binding agreement for climate protection as of 2012'.
Chartered planner Alison Sidgwick has joined environmental consultancy SLR Consulting as an associate in its Edinburgh office.
Environmental consultancy SLR Consulting has helped secure planning approval for the extension of Ball Mill Quarry, in Worcestershire, after a planning inquiry.
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