Protesters convicted of trespassing at a coal fired power station have been asked to challenge the rulings against them.
edie's water team joined forces with sister publication Water and Wastewater Treatment (WWT) News to explore the complex issues surrounding supplies in Northern Ireland.
Australian business chiefs have thrown their combined weight behind a campaign to stop the country introducing a carbon tax.
Nuclear regulators are becoming increasingly concerned about the levels of contamination in water used to cool Japan's crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant.
Further criticism has been aimed at the practice of shale gas extraction, after a US report has said that hazardous chemicals have been used in the process.
Eight candidates have become the first to enroll on the Apprenticeship in Sustainable Resource Management - the first of its type for the waste industry.
The Contaminated Land Capital Grant Programme has been reduced by 64% with a budget of £4.35 million now available for bids in 2011/12.
Jonathon Porritt has taken up a new advisory post at Ceravision, a low energy lighting technology company.
FTSE 100 voluntary carbon off-setting is 'pitifully low' according to a new report released last night.
Proposals being considered by the Government could see 'best before' dates on food scrapped to cut down on the amount thrown away.
The owner of a company that illegally deposited and burnt waste was given a 26 week prison sentence suspended for two years on April 14 2011.
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