Olympic organisers considered using biogas to fuel the Olympic cauldron but chose to use less eco-friendly natural gas to reduce costs.
The Carbon Trust is collaborating with Ford to deliver energy efficient services across 550 of the motor giants UK dealerships.
The London borough installed the first underground bins in the late 1990s. Nick Warburton reports on its plans to extend collections to include mixed recycling
The Royal College of Music (RCM) is making substantial progress towards its carbon reduction target through a number of energy efficient projects.
Water levels in natural storage basins deep below the ground are in most cases still below "normal" despite the recent heavy rain fall.
Potato packing company Albert Bartlett has saved £200,000 a year by assessing its waste through a unique bar-coded bin system.
The construction of a sixth-form centre using relocatable building techniques, has been completed at Piggott School, an academy in Berkshire.
The Renewable Energy Assurance Scheme (REAL) is being pressured to withdraw its code of conduct, following claims that code alterations were not approved by the Office for Fair Trading (OFT) and is subsequently 'unlawful'.
A planned offshore wind farm could provide enough electricity to power 325,000 homes or up to 3.7% of Scotland's electricity demand if the project is approved.
A 200-strong 'clean team' may well be the unsung heroes of the London games as they work to keep the streets of the capital clear of rubbish throughout the Olympics, clearing 17,000 bags of rubbish over the first weekend of the games alone.
A government approved accreditation scheme may have cleared more than 1m tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, according to the Forestry Commission.
With the eyes of the world on Old Trafford during the London 2012 Olympic football tournament, Manchester United has been awarded a newly-launched international sustainability certification.
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