Cycling adds almost £3bn to the UK economy as well as cutting emissions and pollution, according to a new report from the London School of Economics (LSE).
A wrangle over set prices for PV wafers meant the world's largest solar panel manufacturer saw a slight fall in sequential earnings.
Unrest in the Middle East and increasing scarcity of oil resources means the controversial use of oil shale could become more main-stream.
A wind farm developer's plan for a unique apprenticeship scheme have moved a step closer after a council gave an initial thumbs up to a development.
The Scottish Government has launched an investigation to establish the cause of the UK's worst oil leak in 10 years.
Energy watchdog Ofgem will scrutinise the books of power companies to check whether recent price hikes are justifiable.
The Irish Government has provided local authorities with 1.5M euros in a bid to tackle graffiti and littering at key tourist locations as part of its anti-graffiti and tourist season anti-litter grant schemes.
The City of London Corporation has awarded an eight-year waste management and street cleansing contract to Enterprise Managed Services.
WSR Recycling is investing £4M in an expansion programme that will double processing capacity at its waste recovery site in Widnes, Cheshire.
Global beverage brands would support the extension of producer responsibility laws in the US to help boost bottle and can recycling rates, according to a new study.
A freedom of information (FOI) request by UNISON Scotland has revealed that Scottish Water may have misled a Scottish Parliament Committee over its PFI wastewater contracts.
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