A film depicting the challenges of dealing with waste in the extreme environment of Greenland, where the population's health is being affected by unsafe disposal of hazardous materials, has been produced.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has overruled Merton Council to grant planning
permission for an anaerobic digestion (AD) facility and an extended materials recycling and waste transfer station to be built in Mitcham, London.
UK planning history has been made with the approval of an energy from waste plant.
Mouchel has issued a profit warning and replaced its chief executive following a serious accountancy error, which is expected to lead to a £4.3m drop in profits.
Bankrupt Proven Energy has been sold in a deal which should boost the UK wind manufacturing sector but will provide little solace for its out-of-pocket customers.
Politics is getting in the way of promoting the transition to low carbon economy, according to the House of Commons green watchdog.
The sustainability watchdog for London 2012 has revealed the Olympics are performing well on meeting the green agenda - but warned the organising committee it needs to communicate those credentials more effectively.
A long awaited report into the UK's nuclear industry has given it a clean bill of health but has been rushed out with little time for scrutiny according to critics.
Farmers in the South West have been awarded more than £5.7m in grants over the past year from a government-funded initiative to tackle water pollution across the region.
Energy companies are still not giving people the cheapest tariff, according to the results of an investigation into sales.
'Big Six' energy giant SSE is to source all its energy in the day ahead market and auction all of its electricity supply.
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