The Irish Dairy Industries Association has attacked plans for a carbon tax as 'uncompetitive' while claiming to support the drive for a low carbon economy.
WSP Environment & Energy (WSP) has appointed Dr Isabel Boira-Segarra as Director in charge of their renewable energy team, based in the London office.
Burst pipes and increased demand has led to water shortages across Ireland as the country faces continued snow and freezing temperatures.
Leisure chain Whitbread has announced details of a second green hotel and its first low-carbon restaurant.
A high street footwear chain has been hit with more than £30,000 in fines and court costs after admitting not sticking to waste regulations.
The owner of a Reading skip hire business that took waste without the proper licences has been electronically tagged and put under curfew, given a six month suspended sentence and ordered to pay costs of £6,000.
The waters off Lundy Island has become England's first Marine Conservation Zone, offering legal protection for sealife and habitats.
Plans to replace turbines from Britain's first commercial wind farm with new, more efficient models have left ten ageing but perfectly operational turbines up for grabs.
Farmers struggling to store surplus milk or slurry will be allowed to dump it on frozen land, contrary to the usual rules.
An Oxford professor has published a book claiming that the view that radiation presents an extreme health hazard is out of date and based on Cold War paranoia.
Amendments to the Water Resources Act allow for extensions to the user of Water Protection Zones and Works Notices.
An amendment has been made to the UK's Waste Electronic and Electrical Equipment (WEEE) regulations regarding the frequency at which producers must report progress.
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