Regardless of what we do to reduce our future impact on the climate, greenhouse gases already built up in the atmosphere mean that some change is inevitable - and the water industry is likely to feel the effects more than most.
Appeals against the Environment Agency's attempts to tighten environmental standards on sewage overflows have found largely in favour of the water companies that launched them.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has become the latest in a string of big names to fall foul of packaging waste rules.
Carbon intensive industries in Ireland cut emissions by more than 15% in 2009.
A weekend of international negotiation made little real headway beyond offering two extra meetings that will now be shoehorned into the schedule of UN meetings to discuss climate change.
Low-temperature asphalt could slash a third off the carbon emissions of the much-used material over the next ten years.
Think of awkward household waste in the UK and batteries and medicines spring to mind - across the Atlantic they have other problems.
The Labour manifesto gives the 'green recovery' its own chapter - four and bit pages - but what does it say?
The law firm looks at where the major parties stand on the environment.
The law firm looks at how the way we vote could impact on policy and regulation.
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