A council embroiled in an 11-year legal battle with families seeking compensation for birth defects allegedly linked to failings in the clean-up of an industrial site in the town has agreed to pay an undisclosed sum to 19 young people.
Irish motorists who opt for an electric car could receive a grant of €5,000 and will pay no road tax, government has announced.
A clever television advert claiming car pollution is the worst contributor to global warming has been cleared by advertising watchdogs.
So you've installed the equipment, taken the necessary measures and passed your first MCERTS inspection. Congratulations. Time to sit back and relax? Not if you want to successfully pass your next one…
US solar power industry revenue increased by a whopping 36% last year compared with 2008, according to the trade association representing the industry.
High end supermarket chain Waitrose has pulled cartons of milk from its shelves after customers failed to take to the waste cutting product.
With the election fast approaching, a pro-wind pressure group is calling on the public to show their support for renewable energy by lobbying local candidates to back wind turbines.
Energy giant BP has postponed making a decision about investing in Canada's tar sands until early next year.
When it comes to recycling tricky items like lightbulbs and batteries, perhaps no other retailer is better switched on than IKEA. Luke Walsh finds out why.
As the water industry embarks on its largest programme of investment, ever, Rob Ashley, Ofwat's director of policy & communications, looks to the future.
Thames Water awarded contracts for up to £1.2B on 7 April. The company says the work is to carry out essential work to improve and maintain its ageing water pipes, sewers and other facilities over the next five years.
A common regulatory system for all emissions has just come into force. Dr Ian H Pallett explains what it will mean in practice for the water industry.
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