Seabed pollution at almost two thirds of Scottish salmon farms is
either unsatisfactory or borderline, according to a study.
Frozen food is less carbon intensive than chilled food, contrary to
common belief, a scientific report has shown.
British scientists will monitor the effect storms have on pollution in river water as climate change is expected to increase the intensity and frequency of stormy weather.
The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has strengthened its lobbying position following a vote by members to integrate the Association for Organics Recycling (AfOR) into its operations.
Water and waste process engineering firm Enpure has gone into administration following a challenging period of trading which has seen the company experience significant creditor pressure.
Over 100 advanced gasification plants need to be built in the UK by 2030 if Europe is to deliver on its renewable energy targets, according to latest research.
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) are missing out on crucial savings because owners and staff are not taking responsibility for energy efficiency in the workplace, according to new research from energy company E.ON.
The exit of Caroline Spelman from Defra's secretarial post yesterday was one of the first predicted in the hours leading up to Cameron's first major cabinet reshuffle since the coalition took office. That in itself is significant.
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