Householders in the UK throw away 5.3 million tonnes of food every year and by extension, 6.2 cubic metres of water, which is used to produce the wasted food.
Local authorities in Ireland have found 100 social housing units to have high levels of radioactive gas.
Hundreds of people in cities across Australia have marched in protests at plans to bring in a carbon tax.
A land remediation product 'safe' enough to eat will start a six month field trial ahead of a UK launch next week.
Plasma technology is to be trialled in practice for use at a British nuclear power station as a way to stabilise radioactive waste.
Voter pleasing measures announced in the 2011 budget slashing VAT on petrol have enraged energy producers.
UK business has given a warm reception to Chancellor George Osborne's plans to make the UK the first country to set a carbon floor price.
The Chancellor, George Osborne announced an extra £2 billion for the Green Investment Bank (GIB) today in the Budget.
Residents from housing associations have given their landlords the overall thumbs down on energy efficiency matters.
A new soil treatment hub has opened for dealing with contaminated soils, which would otherwise be hazardous waste.
A Victorian property in Stoke-on-Trent has been given an innovative retrofit by housing and care provider, Sanctuary Group.
A textiles recycler has achieved significant cost savings in collecting materials from its bins by employing monitoring technology that offers real-time data capture
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