A British farmer has been ordered to pay over £14,000 in fines and costs, after being found guilty of severely polluting a stream in a protected area.
What could be the UK's first zero carbon church opened its doors to worshippers today (October 11).
Reading is to become the first place in the country to start a new community recycling initiative which will see volunteers collecting low-energy light bulbs.
edie's Awards for Environmental Excellence will be hosted by comedic legend Chris Barrie.
Two massive solar energy plants have been approved for development in California - the first of their kind to be built on public land in the country.
The recession hit more than just people's wallets, a new study has found, with more than half of British small businesses claiming green initiatives have been shelved as they struggle to stay afloat.
United Utilities has completed a multi-million pound mechanical instalment in Cumbria providing improved flood defences for thousands of local homes and businesses.
The Environment Agency (EA) imposed the first ever close-season on eel fishing, earlier this month, as wild numbers continue to dwindle in UK waterways.
President Barack Obama has signed an executive order officially forming a Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Task Force to deal with the ongoing aftermath of the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster.
The final round of meaningful talks before COP16 has outlined what could be decided next month in Cancun.
Crisp bags could be made out of potato peelings diverting huge amounts of waste from landfill, according to the president of one the world's largest manufactures.
Adnams has become the first brewer to start sending power back to the national grid through anaerobic digestion.
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