The UK government has pledged £50m funding to help encourage investment in renewable energy projects in developing countries.
Tesla has announced that the first of its utility-scale Powerpack battery systems will be deployed in Ireland next year, under a new deal with energy storage firm Gaelectric.
At least 39 tar sands oil extraction projects have been frozen in Canada, as falling oil prices and divestment campaigns squeeze profits, according to campaign group Oil Change International.
Each UK landfill site could contain up to £90m of valuable metals, according to a recent study from Cranfield University.
London's only operating zero-emissions capable black cab, the Metrocab, is going into volume production in Coventry next year.
Modular flooring manufacturer Interface has unveiled its latest green innovation, this time creating the world's first recycled latex substitute for carpets using laminate found in car windows.
This week of sustainability news was dominated by the Queen's speech on Wednesday and the accompanying flurry of green legislation from the incoming Conservative Government.
The European Commissions has launched a 12-week public consultation to help inform its upcoming circular economy action plan, to be presented by the end of 2015.
Britain's first national water benchmarking scheme has been launched, allowing businesses to reduce water usage by an average of 30% and regain up to £500m in lost annual revenue.
Almost 130,000 people have signed a petition calling on the UK government to force supermarkets to give unsold food to charities.
Spanish bank Santander has established a $2bn renewables investment firm in partnership with two of Canada's largest pension funds
The European Commission has launched a new lobby group that aims to boost remanufacturing throughout the EU.
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