WRAP and Anglian Water Business have joined forced forces in a bid to help businesses cut their water bills.
Energy minister Chris Huhne has alleviated some strain on the solar PV sector but not addressed the 'elephant in the room', according to the industry.
Charges for electricity generated from wind increasing at the same time as gas prices is one of a series of concerns raised by Northern Ireland's Consumer Council.
A major sewage upgrade project which aims to increase the capacity of London's treatment works by 50% is half-way towards completion, according to Thames Water.
Businesses in Northern Ireland are being encouraged to adopt more resource-efficient measures under a new scheme that will offer funding for sustainable initiatives.
Business broadly welcomes plans for the Green Deal but fears elements of how it could be introduced later this year will doom it to failure.
General Motors is now recycling 92% of waste generated by all of its worldwide facilities according to its first global sustainability report released last week (January 12).
A growing acceptance of green issues among consumers suggests retailers should spend less effort on convincing customers to make sustainable purchasing decisions and more on supporting them with those choices.
Britain's installed wind capacity has topped 6GW - enough to power 3M homes - for the first time.
The long-running argument of pro-renewable energy policies costing households has been reignited by a think tank.
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