America's environmental watchdog has rebuffed challenges to a scientific study it published declaring climate change real, man-made and a threat to human health and the natural world.
The Russian government is boosting protection of its rare wild tigers by tightening controls on logging of a tree vital to their habitat.
Britain and India plan to build on their 'special relationship' by working together to help the Indian economy grow in a more energy efficient way, according to a UK trade party.
A burst pipeline has spilled hundreds of thousands of gallons of crude oil into a waterway in America's North East.
Waste industry giant Veolia is celebrating winning a contract worth around a billion pounds.
Cornwall's growing reputation for harnessing the power of the sea may swell thanks to an injection of cash into its Wave Hub project.
Two Japanese industrial giants are backing Thailand's dream of generating a fifth of its energy from renewable sources.
Wind power is leading the surge of renewable energy as it generates an increasing share of UK electricity.
Artists performing at Europe's biggest free festival have pledged to help tackle climate change including by drinking low carbon local beer.
The government has announced an extra £2 million of funding to help communities assess flooding risk.
Oil spewing from BP's crippled oil well in the Gulf of Mexico has created the world's largest accidental offshore spill and the worst crude related accident in US history.
Chinese efforts to battle floods across the vast country are being threatened by tonnes of waste caught in the Yangtze River and now on a collision course with a hydroelectric dam.
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