EU action on bees comes on top of huge losses and the coldest March for 50 years
This remarkable book brings into focus a revolution in ideas about the true value of the natural world
The battle of the bins has broken out again after analysis of Government figures showed that collecting refuse fortnightly - a policy considered by the Communities Secretary, Eric Pickles, to be rubbish – increases recycling.
Motorists face toll charges of more than £2 to use the Blackwall Tunnel, to fund a new road crossing under the Thames at Silvertown.
Japan's nuclear crisis has stalled the growing support for a UK "nuclear renaissance", a new poll reveals.
3000 BC Ancient waste
A new report shows that exotic travel produces far more carbon than spending a fortnight in Spain.
Lowering meat consumption in the UK would prevent about 45,000 premature deaths a year, according to a new study.
Finding your way, hearing them play and feeling OK
Decommissioning Britain's growing radioactive waste mountain is likely to cost the taxpayer £12bn more than previous highest estimates, raising fresh questions about the expense of the new generation of nuclear power stations.
The destruction of the Amazon rainforest has surged in the past four months, raising the prospect of 2008 being a disastrous year for the world's most important eco-system, a senior Brazilian government scientist has warned.