'The effects on aquatic ecosystems could be profound,' experts warn
New plan will mean only local residents will be allow to drive in specially designated 'citizen spaces'
Fears over pollution and the risk to the ‘right to the peaceful enjoyment of one’s property’ fail to win over planning official
The new Mayor of London has promised to clean up the capital's toxic air
The body's first line of defence against harmful chemicals is being hampered by toxins such as DDT, PCBs and flame retardants found in fish, study finds
Melissa Mays said her and her family, along with hundreds of other residents, are suffering from rashes, hair loss, burning and peeling skin
Business leaders say the mine will be the biggest private investment project in the North of England 'by a billion miles'
Snapping shrimps are the loudest invertebrate in the sea but risk being silenced by the end of the century
Identifying the pesticides is vital to ensuring the bees' future survival
When chancellors add pennies on to the price of tobacco or alcohol at Budget time, we don’t see big falls in the public’s consumption of such items
Rapid rise in the global-warming gas, 86 times more powerful than CO2, is spotted by satellites
Some of the thousands of tonnes of fertiliser released poured into the harbour
Country's environment minister is not a 'career politician' but an academic who knows the field
China and India are thought to be the worst affected countries
Almost $200 million of extra funding for the water crisis in Flint is ‘not enough’ to fix all the lead pipes, say critics
Leo De Watts is thought to have made thousands of pounds in just a few weeks by shipping air to China from the UK