Under fire climate scientists at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have been backed by a Dutch Government review into their work.
Thousands of street lights and hundreds of traffic signals in Dublin are now powered by renewable energy.
Britain's largest water company says talk of a hosepipe ban is 'highly unlikely' in its region.
A water company has warned firms to be careful disposing of solvents after taking legal action against a business that allowed it to be poured into sewers.
Investigators from the Environment Agency are to electrify fish to discover if the population has recovered from a devastating pollution leak two years ago.
London mayor Boris Johnson believes what would be the country's first urban cable car will offer a low carbon transport solution for the capital.
US president Barack Obama used his Independence Day holiday address to announce nearly $2billion worth of funding for the solar industry.
A military stable is being relocated to south east London to what the builder is claiming will be a carbon neutral home run by horse manure.
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