Australia's Government is heralding a 'new era' in drought management with a pilot due to start next week.
A combination of an industrial clean up and limits on cockle harvesting has seen one of Wales' most successful fishing years.
In a week where Government cut backs have dominated the headlines, the Carbon Trust has pointed to different kinds of cuts being made by publicly-funded organisations.
As an increasing number of high profile companies are being caught out for making green claims they cannot back up, a round table event looked at how to expose 'greenwash.'
Business and City Hall have teamed up in an effort to kick start London's green economy while revitalising a neglected area.
Apple's much anticipated iPad is launched in the UK tomorrow (May 29) - prompting Greenpeace to attack IT sustainability.
Waste firm SITA have been fined after a worker was crushed to death in an accident at a landfill site.
A Welsh council has ended up in court after allowing the wrong type of truck to collect waste up a steep hill.
A website has been launched to keep residents informed of clean-up work at a heavily contaminated former pesticide manufacturing site.
Rocks around one of Ireland's biggest polluters of CO2 are not suitable for long-term storage of emissions a new study has found.
The Pennon Group, owners of South West Water and waste firm Viridor, has announced a jump in year-on-year profits.
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