Britain’s fledgling shale gas industry will get a major boost today as George Osborne cuts taxes on fracking profits to less than half the amount paid by conventional oil and gas producers.
The Government is launching an “urgent and comprehensive” review of why bees are declining and what is being done to help them.
A third of Britain's honeybee colonies perished in the winter following the wettest summer in 100 years last year, according to a new survey.
EU action on bees comes on top of huge losses and the coldest March for 50 years
Arsene Wenger has defended the decision of Arsenal to fly to Norwich for last weekend's defeat at Carrow Road.
Eric Pickles declared last year: "It's a basic right for every Englishman and woman to be able to put the remnants of their chicken tikka masala in their bin without having to wait two weeks for it to be collected."
A survey of some of Britain's leading gardening experts, including the former Gardeners' World presenter Alan Titchmarsh, shows less than half use peat-free compost.
Japan's nuclear crisis has stalled the growing support for a UK "nuclear renaissance", a new poll reveals.
The population inquiry is long overdue, says Sir Jonathon Porritt, who until last year was the Government's chief environmental adviser as head of the Sustainable Development Commission.
Hundreds of campaigners staged protests inside and outside the UN climate talks today as security was ramped up for the arrival of world leaders for the closing days of the negotiations.
Coalition of opposition parties, protesters and green groups warn Brown over 'unwanted' airport expansion
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