A new report has concluded that only a tiny fraction of large global companies are taking action on managing water scarcity.
Welsh Water has commissioned three Advanced Digestion plants which will create electricity from treated sewage sludge.
Sainsbury's has launched a campaign to highlight sustainable fishing and will be offering free fish to customers who switch to a more sustainable variety.
US contaminated land projects have received a welcome boost as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced more than $76 million to help redevelop projects across the country.
Biffa Recycling has been awarded a contract to process Basildon Council's household recyclable materials.
Two waste consortiums have been shortlisted for a long-term PFI contract to treat household residual waste in Essex.
Small renewable energy producers still reeling after the results of the Government's Feed-In Tariffs (FITs) review.
An estimated 50,000 people are without power today (July 13) following another series of earth quakes hitting New Zealand.
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