Nine people have been charged today (October 14) in what the Environment Agency is saying is biggest investigation ever into illegal electrical waste exports from the UK to West Africa.
Both sides of the Irish border will increase wind power generation capacity after ordering new turbines.
Increasing levels of acidification could wipe out sea life in the Antarctic by destroying the reproduction of krill.
More than 30 leading professors have yesterday (October 13) have written to the prime minister David Cameron, calling on him to slash investment in new nuclear weapons.
The shortlist for Best Consultancy to Work For is announced today (October 14) as part of edie's Awards for Environmental Excellence.
A plume of smoke more than 100-feet high could be seen for miles after a huge fire at a waste plant.
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