A water firm has been fined and ordered to pay costs after allowing sewage to leak into a watercourse.
Chief executive of wind turbine manufacturer Clipper has stepped down after leading the firm through a 'financially challenging period'.
With the traditional bad guys of the piece - government and big business - now showing signs of embracing the climate change agenda, we have to ask why there is not a surge of support from the Great British public.
The concrete industry attempts to green itself have been boosted by a fall in the amount of CO2 it admits, according to a new report.
The Welsh Assembly has published a report looking at how the country's farmers can help cut emissions of greenhouse gases.
The managing director of the International Monetary Fund has announced that his staff are working on a 'Green Fund' that has the potential to raise $100bn per year by 2020.
The Government is to release an insect to stop the spread of Japanese Knotweed.
A phase out of all peat in compost has been put forward by the Government in an effort to cut down emissions of CO2.
A map showing where hydropower could be used in England and Wales could help to tap into the unused power potential of British rivers, according to the Environment Agency.
Revenue and Customs have made a new order covering the status of deep water gas fields to be considered as an oil field.
A short round up of legal news from the month of February - click on the links to read the full article.
New regulations coming into force next month (April) will create the new Conservation of Habitats and Species Regulations 2010.
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