An energy company declared among America's 50 biggest air polluters has published its latest sustainability report.
Environmental regulators reassured people they faced no serious health risk from smoke billowing out of a burning landfill in Oklahoma.
Rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling systems may cut water use but they come at the cost of greater carbon emissions, a study reveals.
A car dubbed the world's first affordable mass produced electric vehicle made its European debut in Ireland this month.
Ageing oil and gas rigs in the North Sea will undergo safety checks in a bid to avoid 'serious consequences'.
A government funding programme to back heavy industry in Newcastle and surrounding towns will include cash for low-carbon projects.
Businesses say mapping energy use is their biggest concern when it comes to a new government scheme to tackle carbon emissions.
A Water company in the West Country has converted a Volkswagen Beetle to run on biogas made from sewage.
The public can now track how much energy Whitehall wastes thanks to online energy meters, the government has announced.
Scientists have voiced delight in the results of a survey of fish in Scottish estuaries which found more than 20 species.
Rice production - a food considered vital for cutting poverty - will be ruined as temperatures rise in growing areas through climate change, according to a new study by an international team of scientists.
Russia has declared a state of emergency in one area and banned the export of grain as a heat wave and wild fires grip the nation.
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