Electricity generated from renewables increased from 9.1% in the third quarter of 2011, to 11.7% in the third quarter of 2012, according to latest figures.
A growing body of evidence suggests tackling food waste could help resolve many of the sustainability challenges faced by the food industry.
A report claiming that the economic life of onshore wind turbines
is significantly lower than previously estimated has been labelled
"absurd" by RenewableUK.
The Energy and Climate Change Committee is today launching an inquiry to investigate energy prices, profits and poverty.
The Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) will see its budget cut by 11% next year as it undergoes a government review to ensure its work is delivering value for money.
Tighter regulations for the outputs of materials recycling facilities (MRFs) are essential if cost burdens on UK reprocessors and manufacturers are to be eased, new research suggests.
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