A water company has been fined hundreds of thousands of pounds after it allowed sewage to pour into homes and gardens following an eight year court battle.
Housing associations given Government funding will have to prove it hasn't been used for green improvements if they want to apply for FITs.
The government's consultation on proposed changes to the contaminated land regime closed on Tuesday (March 15).
The UK's largest ever fuel laundering operation has been uncovered by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) in Northern Ireland.
Recycling charity Computer Aid has attacked European ministers for a 'softly-softly' approach to waste electronics regulations.
The Scottish government has approved a major tidal project to be developed in the Sound of Islay on Scotland's west coast.
Germany will close or review all its nuclear power plants after chancellor Angela Merkel ordered a wide-sweeping review of the country's atomic power industry.
Are the Government's current energy reductions strategies doing enough to reduce the UK's carbon footprint?
The nuclear crisis in Japan continues with the latest efforts to cool the reactors involving army helicopters attempting to dump tonnes of water on them to prevent a meltdown.
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