Halloween may be frightening for many but to those against food waste the night produces a scary amount of pumpkin waste.
Adnams has become the first UK brewer to measure the carbon footprint of its entire range of bottled beers and has calculated that one bottle is equivalent to travelling 5.3 miles by train.
A misguided approach to water-related risk management has become "business as usual" at the world's largest global companies, according to the latest CDP Global Water Report.
Carpet tile manufacturer Interface has joined a cross-sector initiative to recover and recycle abandoned fishing nets into textile products.
Every major car manufacturer has met their 2012 targets for vehicles' average carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, according to the European Environment Agency (EEA).
Drinks can recycling programme Every Can Counts has launched five new can crushers around shopping, commuting and academic sites in Scotland.
Asia Pulp and Paper's (APP) key senior staff are now "genuinely committed" to driving the delivery of the company's Forest Conservation Policy (FCP), according to a new Greenpeace report.
Major logistics company DHL has introduced 63 new dual fuel vehicles to its existing 38, which it claims now makes the company the single largest dual fuel heavy trucks fleet operator in Europe.
The Government yesterday narrowly voted against an amendment to the Energy Bill that would have seen a 2030 decarbonisation target for the power sector set in 2014.
Three councils that featured on the BBC's Panorama programme last night (October 29) have been praised for making positive efforts to tackle litter.
A new £8m anaerobic digestion (AD) plant, which will process up to 50,000 tonnes of commercial food waste, has been unveiled in County Durham.
Scotland's household waste recycling rate reached 41.2% in the 2012 calendar year, according to new statistics released by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) today (28 October).
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