Scottish Greens have lodged a complaint with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after Donald Trump placed adverts in two newspapers linking windfarms with the release of the Lockerbie bomber.
A design for the UK's first nuclear reactor in 25 years has received approval and is suitable for construction, says the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR).
The scientific community must take a more decisive lead in the
debate on energy policy, according to the UK Energy Research Centre
Thames Water has invested in the installation of a reed bed system
to help manage wastewater at its treatment facility in Uffington,
The European Commission is calling for a cull of resource-inefficient consumer goods across Europe to stimulate markets for products and services that have lower lifecycle impacts.
New research shows that public attitudes do not need to be a barrier to increasing household food waste collections. Natan Dorn reveals all
Lots of activity on the energy recovery front of late, as the next tranche of treatment infrastructure gets the green light across the UK.
The European Commission has awarded a consortium of stakeholders €13.3m to integrate renewable energy generation into the electrical grid.
The UK is in the top five countries globally for achieving
environmental certificates under the standard ISO14001.
Large firms are increasingly adopting and scaling up sustainability innovations and reaping substantial rewards in the process, new research has found.
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