The UK and China have agreed a new £20m three-year programme that will support research to develop new low carbon manufacturing processes and technologies, low carbon cities and offshore renewables.
The European Environment Agency (EEA) is proposing a new method for mapping 'green infrastructure' that fulfils "important yet unseen functions" such as preventing floods or filtering air.
Lloyds Banking Group has reported a 1.2% increase in its overall carbon emissions for 2013, compared to 2012 - a result of increased business travel, gas and electricity use.
Environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy has published its first report on ending waste and managing resources.
Waste management and recycling specialist Reconomy has signed a new agreement with construction and regeneration firm Morgan Sindall Group.
Major tyre manufacturer Michelin says British motorists could be emitting more than two billion tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere because they are not inflating their tyres correctly.
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