Europe's first waste to bioethanol plant could be operational by 2012, according to the firm behind the project.
A leading professional organisation for people working in the sustainable water industry is demanding museums and galleries turn their back on BP's millions.
Though it is a daunting task, the rapid decarbonisation of the global economy is an eminently achievable one, according to one of the co-authors of the widely-quoted Stern Report.
The head of the UK branch of the WWF has spoken to an audience of engineers about the growing global water crisis.
In what may on the face of appear a slow economic time one firm is pouring investment into new green technology.
Toyota is claiming a European first by beginning manufacture of what it claims is the continent's first fully hybrid vehicle.
United Utilities has become the first company in the UK this year to indicate it will need to apply for a hosepipe ban this summer.
Six British companies have been given funding to run feasibility studies in what the Government calls the 'first phase of a major initiative' to develop more energy efficient lighting for our homes.
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