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.
A report looking at where the nuclear industry is tackling its environmental impact - and where there is room for improvement - has been published by the Environment Agency.
Ministers hope a new round of licenses for offshore oil and gas exploration will give the country's industry a much needed shot in the arm.
Problems caused by commuters dumping free newspapers could be ended after a publisher launched a campaign to encourage them to recycle.
Two thirds of the population think the Government's plans to pay residents and businesses for generating green electricity are 'not ambitious enough' according to a new poll.
Farmers should be paid to protect the ecosystems on their land, says Professor David Hill of the Environment Bank.
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