A new plan that will help Wales manage its construction and demolition (C&D) waste more sustainably has been launched by Welsh Environment Minister John Griffiths.
A new trade body, The Resource Association, was launched today (November 8) to champion the reprocessing and recycling industries and present a unified voice for the sector.
Sustainability leader Lord Redesdale has been named as 'environmental parliamentarian of the year' in recognition of his "outstanding" contribution to promoting environmental understanding.
Simple energy saving or regulating measures could have seen some of the 800 organisations making up the foot of the CRC league table improve their position.
Campaigners are ramping up the pressure on government to change the subsidy regime for electricity generators to stop the UK's limited wood resources going up in smoke.
Twenty five businesses and organisations topped the first ever CRC league table released this morning (November 8).
Water resource management and water security could be "dramatically improved" through local community involvement, according to a new report.
After a stuttering start the long awaited CRC league table was published for the first time today (November 8).
Wales' bathing waters standards for 2011 came in higher than England's, with 98.9% of Welsh beaches meeting mandatory public health and environment standards, according to the Environment Agency (EA).
The Environment Agency's website struggled to cope this morning as it ranked business energy efficiency in the first CRC league table.
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