The Environment Agency (EA) has unveiled plans to extend its free flood warning service to businesses and households at risk of groundwater flooding in Suffolk.
IKEA is finalising details on a water strategy that will be rolled out across its home furnishing supply chain later this year in a bid to reduce water use and improve wastewater quality.
European financial giants Banco Santander, BBVA and APG have become the latest signatories to join the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) call for cost-effective greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions.
Northern Ireland's Environment Minister Alex Attwood has called on the country to step up to the challenge of becoming a world leader in carbon reduction.
Global mining giant Rio Tinto is embarking on a pioneering minerals recovery programme that will separate valuable ore from waste rock during underground tunnelling operations.
Decc has submitted an appeal to the Supreme Court opposing a ruling which found its proposed plans to cut Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) subsides were unlawful.
A fashion brand has launched with what it claims is a 100% transparency policy in a bid to prove its sustainability credentials right down the supply chain.
Supermarkets need to take a multi-pronged approach to tackling food waste according to the results of an exclusive edie poll.
London's waste authorities could shave millions off their refuse truck bills through
greater collaboration and standardisation of their fleet management strategies.
The world's largest wave energy test site Wave Hub could act as a platform for offshore
floating wind turbines under plans announced today (February 21) by the Energy
Technologies Institute (ETI).
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