The long-standing feed-in tariff (FIT) saga has at last reached conclusion - with the Supreme Court throwing out the Government's appeal against a ruling that its actions on the subsidies were "unlawful".
Boeing, Airbus and Embraer have joined forces in a bid to accelerate the development and roll out of affordable aviation biofuels.
The Budget this week held few surprises for resource management professionals. Save for the announcement of higher packaging targets, there was little to excite or instil confidence regarding the specifics relating to waste management.
Glyndebourne Festival in Sussex is set to sing to a different tune this year as it confirms plans to become, what it claims, is world's first opera festival powered by renewable energy.
Could shale gas production make an important contribution to the future UK power supply? The prospect of hydrofracking alarms environmentalists. But, says Rob Bell, politicians will find it difficult to resist
The Department for Transport has unveiled plans to increase the number of low carbon buses across England - thanks to a new £101m package of improvements.
According to the gas industry, natural gas is the perfect bridge fuel to civilisation's sustainable future - solving peak oil and helping the battle against climate change. David Strahan weighs up the evidence
Carluccio's has improved its fish sourcing and waste management. But challenges remain on the path to sustainability
Sainsbury's multi-roof solar panel installation programme has so far generated 7.0 MWp of electricity - enough to power 2,000 homes for a year.
Cemex UK has invested heavily on improving its environmental performance, with the focus now turning to alternative fuels
Ford Motor Company plans to design out waste during the construction of a new $1bn purpose-built manufacturing facility in India.
West London Composting is closing the loop on one waste stream by producing quality compost from local authority organic waste, says Nick Warburton
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