A new centre at the University of Leicester is hoping to provide people with practical ways to adapt to climate change.
A leading energy and environmental project consultancy has said that low carbon cities are the only answer for a sustainable future.
Thames Water has been chosen as the London 2012 Water Utility Services Provider for the Games.
Japan 'cannot afford to miss' the opportunity to replace nuclear with wind, according to a global wind energy trade association.
Ontario's drive to become a green business leader has been further strengthened with the announcement of plans to build a multi-million pound solar panel factory.
Remediation work is still continuing at an Irish landfill site that burnt continuously for a week earlier this year.
A Euro 38 million wastewater treatment centre has opened in Waterford City in County Waterford in Ireland.
An independent review into the operations of the Irish Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has largely backed its work, but also suggested nearly 60 areas for improvements.
The world's first hi-tech landfill mining project has been given the go-ahead in Belgium where gasification and plasma technology will be combined to extract materials and energy from buried waste.
The Crown Prosecution service is expected to be passed a file on energy secretary Chris Huhne this week.
Emissions hit an all-time record high in 2010 jeopardising climate change fighting targets, according to figures released by the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Germany will phase out all of its nuclear power and replace it with renewables in just over a decade, the county's chancellor announced yesterday (May 30).
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