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From meatballs to motors

Ami d the north London hinterland of industrial estates and steel-shed superstores, the capital’s lowest-priced diesel fuel is brewing.

EU emissions proposals: industry reaction

Envi ronment secretary Hilary Benn said that the proposals sent a clear signal to the world that Europe was taking decisive action to fight climate change.

Crazy idea, but it might just work

Body warmth to power heating. Trucks that run on chocolate. Floors coated with cheese. Bibi van der Zee looks at new ways of turning our waste to good use.

Climate change: summary of the report

A summary of the report, Health Effects of Climate Change in the UK 2008, by the Department of Health.

Climate change soon could kill thousands in UK, says report

Climate change could lead to a heatwave in the south-east of England killing 3,000 people within the next decade, a Department of Health report said today.

China boosts global war against menace of the plastic bag

They can be found at 6,000 metres on snowbound passes over the Himalayas and in the depths of the Congolese rainforest.

Can airlines find a cleaner way to fly?

Planes may account for only 2 per cent of the world’s carbon emissions, but it is a figure destined to rise.

Britain’s new eco battle

A historic decision over a new runway for Heathrow is close.

Biofuels may not deliver CO2 cuts, scientists warn

Biofuels have a limited ability to replace fossil fuels and should not be regarded as a „silver bullet“ solution to reducing transport emissions, British scientists warned today.

To bio or not to bio - are ‘green’ fuels really good for the earth?

From the top of the Greenergy refinery in Immingham you can see across the Humber estuary to Hull.

Big food companies accused of risking climate catastrophe

Many of the largest food and fuel companies risk climate change disaster by driving the demand for palm oil and biofuels grown on the world’s greatest peat deposits, a report will say today.

The world’s rubbish dump: a garbage tip that stretches from Hawaii to Japan

A „plastic soup“ of waste floating in the Pacific Ocean is growing at an alarming rate and now covers an area twice the size of the continental United States, scientists have said.

Plastic? No thanks

When I told my children we were going to stop buying plastic packaging until further notice, they didn’t bat an eyelid.

The green screen effect: Britain’s first ever eco network is a smash hit

There is silence and blackness.

Tinkering or tackling? The ‘green’ measures

In what had been widely trailed as a „green“ budget, Alistair Darling focused on cutting carbon emissions from homes, businesses and transport.