The UK must "find a way to save water" in order to ease the strain on water supplies and reduce the effects of drought, according to environment secretary Caroline Spelman.
Oil giant ExxonMobil has been slapped with a fine of £2.8m for failing to report carbon dioxide emissions of 33,000 tonnes from its chemical plant in Fife, Scotland.
Brixham Fish Market in Devon has installed a solar energy system to provide low-carbon heating and hot water as part of the site's multi-million redevelopment project.
Legislative proposals for a European-wide ban on plastic carrier bags must be based on sound evidence, experts have warned, amid fears that Euro MPs will bow to political pressure.
Coca Cola Enterprises will be revealing its latest thinking around producer responsibility issues at a forthcoming seminar next week in central London.
Liverpool City Council (LCC) has launched a new trial in a bid to tackle flood risk as part of its joint venture partnership with infrastructure and business services group Mouchel.
The RSA Environment Awards Forum has unveiled the 12 UK entrants to be entered into the European Business Awards for the Environment (EBAE), with former edie award winners M&S and the Olympic Delivery Authority making the grade.
A facility that claims to the UK's first reprocessing plant just for carpet and carpet tile recycling has been officially opened in the north of England.
The UK marine renewables industry has the potential to supply 20% of current energy demand, cut carbon emissions and offer a more "reliable and predictable" source of energy than other renewables, according to a new report.
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