Britain's landfills will be full in less than eight years unless we see a major shift in recycling rates.
Agribusiness giant Monsanto is to pay a multi-million dollar penalty for misbranding violations relating to genetically engineered pesticides.
An Australian mining town plagued by ill health has called in experts to investigate links between ailments and lead poisoning.
United Utilities has become the first water company to introduce a hosepipe ban this summer.
Tackling environmental improvements across neighbourhoods is far more cost effective than carrying out work house by house.
Major funding is still available for local authorities looking to clean up contaminated land despite the government's new age of austerity.
Northern Ireland's environment minister Edwin Poots has unveiled guidance for conservation across the country.
A gas-fired power station in Aberdeenshire is set to become one of the first Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) demonstration projects in the UK.
A town in Ireland's County Clare has scrapped plans for a car-free high street just six weeks into a six month trial after traders reported a drop in business.
Under fire education secretary Michael Gove has failed to see off his critics after a fifth attempt to draw up a list of where £55 billion of cuts will hit the school's rebuilding programme.
Last night BP finally fitted a cap to the top of the Gulf of Mexico oil leak in the latest attempt to stop crude pouring into the sea.
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