Oil chiefs claimed a new tax on North Sea oil production would cost 30,000 jobs over the next two years as MP's probed the state of the industry.
BP's oil smeared image took another knock today (May 4) after it paid millions of dollars for its involvement in another oil spill.
Rowers at the Henley Rowing Club can now flush the loo with confidence after the old septic tank was replaced with a new sewage treatment plant.
The Carbon Trust claims that the UK could capture a quarter of the global marine energy market, adding £76 billion to the UK economy and generating over 68,000 jobs.
A new training course for engineers working with wind turbines has been launched in Middlesborogh.
The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) has accused the government of asset stripping the environment and seeming determined to bring environment to its knees.
Roy Hathaway, former head of Waste Regulation at Defra, has joined the Environmental Services Association (ESA) in a part-time advisory role.
By incorporating waste management systems into a development's infrastructure from the outset, huge recycling and carbon gains can be made. Julian Gaylor explains
Community values are at the heart of an eco-neighbourhood in New Zealand which offers an enviable way of living with its proactive recycling and waste minimisation initiatives. Katie Coyne reports
The CBI is calling on the Government to harness the growth potential of energy-from-waste by making it easier for the industry to adopt new technologies and build the necessary infrastructure
You can't put a price on safety when it comes to handling waste on refuse vehicles. Gavin Thoday examines the latest technology and equipment available
Recent moves to recast the WEEE Directive are to be welcomed, but do they go far enough? Haley Bowcock outlines six areas that need addressing to deal more effectively with e-waste
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