Labour's shadow energy minister has called for energy markets to be 'bust open' at a fringe event to the party's annual conference.
SuperGroup, the owner of clothing brand Superdry, has started compacting its waste as part of a campaign to improve recycling operations at its distribution centre.
Sustainability guru and Nobel Peace Prize winner Professor Wangari Maathai has died from cancer aged 71.
Delhi's metro system has become the first in the world to win United Nations (UN) certification for carbon credits opening the door to millions of pounds in potential funding.
Food and drink manufacturers and retailers can make big changes to their environmental impact by working together on sustainable waste management initiatives.
Welsh businesses are set to benefit from a low-cost collection scheme for unwanted electrical items, which claims to save them at least 50% on waste costs.
A serious fire at a waste tyre processing facility on the Purley Way, Croydon, resulted in a large quantity of foam, used to fight the fire, collecting on the River Wandle.
A former chairman of oil giant Shell is to take the helm at the not-for-profit Carbon Trust.
Thames Water has announced that a £800,000 project to increase the capacity of its Hungerford reservoir by a third is nearly complete.
Recycling black plastics and other complex polymers may soon be feasible due to breakthrough trials which have identified for the first time reprocessing methods capable of separating them out.
A fifth of senior IT decision makers in the UK are not confident that all of their company's redundant computer equipment is being diverted from landfill, according to new research.
The vast majority of people are worried enough about energy security to be willing to pay more to guarantee it, new research reveals.
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