Unilever has launched a scheme to provide safe clean drinking water to communities around the world by harnessing the power of social networking.
Sustainable consumption is at the core of a new futuristic technology concept from Sony which looks to transform our relationships with the products we buy.
A compact advanced thermal treatment technology that can deal with complex waste streams on-site has been approved for commercial-scale production by the Environment Agency.
An energy saving call centre, backed by online and in-store advice, is being launched by home products retailer B&Q.
Wales is now recovering 48% of its muncipal waste putting it firmly on track to reach its 2012-13 statutory recycling target of 52%.
Persuading people to wash clothes and dishes at low temperatures and for minimum time is all down to building consumer confidence in new washing products according to Sainsbury's.
The anaerobic digestion market could see an "incredible" eightfold increase in renewable energy generation by 2020, according to one of the sector's leading figureheads, Lord Redesdale.
Fracking has been declared safe in a new report, provided best practice and effective regulation are robustly enforced.
Coca-Cola Enterprises has warned that the reprocessing sector must up its game if it is to become an attractive market for investment.
Renewable energy's share of the market grew by 36% during the first quarter of 2012 at a time when oil and gas production both fell according to DECC's latest quarterly statistics.
Businesses have been warned by Oxfam that climate change is threatening the resilience of global supply chains.
Waste policy needs to modernise the terminology it uses as it is still "caught up in the old language of disposal", leading waste contractor SITA UK has claimed.
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