British energy secretary, Ed Miliband, has pledged to put the country at the forefront of the international battle against climate change.
A Manchester sixth form college with arguably the best Ofsted report in the country has added another feather to its cap by developing one of the greenest buildings on any campus.
Irish Environment Minister John Gormley has laid out how he plans to deliver a new waste policy that will steer the country away from landfilling and towards higher recycling levels over coming years.
Government funding has been announced to boost flood defences in four town in Co Clare, Ireland.
Although Britain is typically seen as a damp, rainy nation water shortages could be a very real environmental crisis as demand from a high population squeezed onto a small island puts pressure on this deceptively limited resource.
Environmental firm SLR Consulting has helped secure planning permission for the quarrying of a further
Britain's House of Lords has today (March 30) called on Europe's governments to better target funding to improve farming efforts to cut climate change.
Huge wind turbine manufacturer Siemens signed a memorandum of understanding with the UK government last night (March 29) and pledged to invest £80M in the country.
A supermarket has today (March 29) opened a store expanded by 50% but with a 10% reduction in emissions.
Residents in parts of County Clare could be being blasted with the radiation equivalent of ten x-rays a day, according to a leading teachta dála (TD).
Pioneering plans by the Dogs Trust could see the charity's energy sapping kennels reduce their bills by up to 60%.
Pakistan and India are engaged in a war of words as the rivals have their annual sit down to agree water use from the shared Indus basin.
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