Many species in some of the most remote vestiges of Britain's overseas territories face extinction unless a government plan to protect them sets out clearly defined preservation targets, according
The future of carbon capture and storage in Europe has been thrown into doubt after £800m was wiped off the value of a prize fund for developing the technology.
During the week leading up to the Olympic Games, London experienced its worst ozone episode for six years.
A two-day meeting hosted the by US of 17 countries opposed to the EU's emissions trading system (ETS) has ended without a joint declaration.
Data from satellite images shows 23% reduction in deforestation from August 2011 to July 2012 against the previous year
Coal mining for electricity generation is the biggest threat to India's tigers, a Greenpeace report has warned.
US senators and about 20 countries met in Washington this week to oppose Europe's decision to charge airlines for their carbon emissions by including them in its emissions trading scheme (ETS).
Tens of thousands of people protested against nuclear power plants outside Japan's parliament on Sunday.
How large does a butterfly have to be before anybody notices it is disappearing? In the case of Papua New Guinea's (PNG) Queen Alexandra's birdwing, the answer is enormous.
Climate Change Minister Greg Barker will today cut the ribbon on Scotland's first designated zone for the development of marine energy, delivering a major boost to the fledgling sector.
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