London took a giant leap towards becoming a more cycle friendly city today (July 30) with the launch of a cycle hire scheme.
Legendary climate change campaigner Stephen Schneider died earlier this month after suffering a heart attack.
Plans to burn waste for energy feature prominently in a new waste review launched this morning (29 July) by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
The UK's Government has laid out plans it hopes will drive us to a low carbon society by 2050.
The Government has announced plans to offer buyers of electric cars up to £5000 toward the purchase.
Edie's Awards for Environmental Excellence today (July 28) announce the Project Award shortlist for the 2010 event.
Centrica - owners of British Gas - has seen profits rocket to just below £1.4 billion mainly through extra use in the UK's freezing winter.
The chief executive of one of the UK's biggest waste, recycling and renewable energy companies goes undercover at his own company as part of a new Channel 4 series.
Plans to set carbon caps for most sectors of US industry have been dropped due to lack of cross-party support.
The new Network Rail headquarters will fly the green flag using recycled building materials, green roofs and rainwater harvesting.
Environment Minister Lord Henley has given cautious backing to anaerobic digestion saying it should be 'given a chance to bloom'.
It's not just the London Olympics gearing up to be the greenest games ever but the looming 2010 Commonwealth Games in the India's Delhi.
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