Caroline Lucas MP is CIWEM's new
Environmental Parliamentarian of the Year
Swiss researchers studying the projected effects of
climate change on alpine plant species have discovered that
mountain ranges may represent a 'safer' place to live during
changing climate conditions.
World leaders have an historic opportunity to reform the
global economy to ensure that the one in six people who live in
extreme poverty benefit from economic recovery, says international
agency Oxfam, ahead of the G20 summit in Seoul.
In response to the BBC Newsnight investigation on 9
November that found significant numbers of councils considering
cutting back on street lighting, Emma Marrington, rural policy
campaigner at the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE),
said: 'The decision by many councils to explore a reduction in
the levels of street lighting will be welcomed by many. This move
may have been driven by financial cut backs, but it is certainly
the right choice if we are to reduce light pollution and energy
Home owners should install solar panels now - before the
government changes the rules.
Regulations that were intended to ensure that domestic and
industrial waste was disposed of safely and efficiently are leading
to an increase in illegal and unsafe disposal says Jason Mohr,
managing director and founder of Anyjunk.co.uk
A unique coalition of 14 environmental organisations has
issued a joint call to the coalition government to take action on
wasted water, pollution and wetland wildlife.
Balfour Beatty Utility Solutions is celebrating after
scooping three awards at the Society of British Water and
Wastewater Industries (SBWWI) Awards 2010.
Three of Britain's most iconic and best-loved palaces
are getting a green makeover through a rigorous insulation project
which will be installed by British Gas and Rockwool.
Mott MacDonald's role on Phase 1 of the Mozambique
Regional Transmission Project is reaching the final stages of the
environmental assessment phase. The consultancy was appointed by
Electricidade de Moçambique with World Bank funds to undertake an
environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) and a
resettlement policy framework for the Mozambique Regional
Transmission Line Project.