Communities Secretary Greg Clark has announced that financial assistance will be made available to areas of the UK affected by flooding in the wake of Storm Desmond.
The world's most powerful politicians have all visited COP21 over the past week, paying lip service to the need for climate action, but this week the purveyors of soft power have joined the climate campaign.
A flurry of late submissions saw ESOS compliance rates rise to around two thirds of affected businesses, according to figures released Monday night by the Environment Agency.
Brands that use shades of blue as part of its company image are perceived as the most environmentally sustainable, new research has found.
Tesco store customers used 78% fewer single-use plastic bags in the month since the introduction of the 5p bag charge in England.
A new social media platform that aims to facilitate food redistribution has been launched in the UK.
Global carbon emissions are projected to stall with a possibility that they might actually decline by more than 0.6% in 2015, according to new research from the University of East Anglia.
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