Thames Water has launched a local river protection campaign in a bid to encourage people to save water - as it prepares for a possible drought next summer.
The company behind the world's largest solar PV farm looked at expanding into the UK before changes to renewable energy subsidies forced it to abandon the project.
Pub chain Wetherspoon's has teamed up with Biffa to run a food waste recycling trial in a bid to reduce its waste and boost environmental performance.
French owned hotel giant Accor broke its silence this week to talk about how it has moved sustainability up the agenda.
A recent European Commission report requires the waste management sector to be more proactive in its use of resources, as Adam Read explains
A legal challenge against changes to subsidies for renewable energy will be heard in court next week.
Ministers from more than 50 African nations spoke out today (December 5) to demand an 'ambitious' second commitment period for the Kyoto Protocol after holding crunch weekend talks.
Ireland will pay a further 10m euros towards fighting climate change in the developing world.
New Zealand is to start recycling the rubble generated from the Christchurch earthquakes in what is thought to be one of the biggest aggregate recovery projects in the Southern Hemisphere.
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has awarded conservation charity Woodland Trust £60,000 to help it increase awareness of the role trees play in managing water and flood management.
Business is being urged rethink the increasing financial burden and carbon intensity of lighting as costs soar to illuminate Christmas shopping.
MITIE is launching a food waste collection service for its customers next year, including the supply of compostable cutlery, which it claims could result in cost savings of up to 75%.
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