Slovenia's parliament adopts amendment that declares the country’s water supplies are ‘a public good managed by the state’ and ‘not a market commodity’
What’s at stake in a world where science is marginalised? Programmes such as AguaClara, which offer sustainable, low-cost solutions to Honduran communities in need of safe water
Water is our planet’s most vital resource, and is under more pressure than ever. But while it can be a source of conflict, water shortage also has the power to spark innovation. Maggie Black, [...]
The US Army Corps of Engineers announced at the weekend that it would not grant a permit for the Dakota Access pipeline to drill under the Missouri river, a victory for Native American people and [...]
In 2011 Geoff Dalglish gave up all his worldly possessions to walk more than 10,000 miles and spread a message of treading lightly on the Earth. Here, he talks about his latest quest: a three [...]
A new competition has been launched to help aspiring filmmakers gain exposure while addressing wasteful water habits
The Environment Agency wins the world's largest environmental prize after Britain's most iconic river was crowned the beauty queen of the planet's waterways
The Millennium Stadium, in Wales, has launched a commitment to become the UK's first certifiably sustainable event venue
A record number of beaches and inland bathing areas in England and Wales have reached the highest European standards for bathing water quality in 2010
Tom Broadbent design student at the De Montfort University in Leicester has created a way of harnessing energy from waste water down pipes
Prize winner in the Land Art Generator Competition earlier this year was a new concept design that could make wind power more attractive
Introducing a new concept airship that is effectively powered by algae based bio-fuel derived from brackish and waste water.
New form of seed-sprouting packaging will connect people back to nature and involve them in a planet-wide reforestation effort
Centre for Alternative Technology open Eco-education centre near Machynlleth, in Wales
Professor Luc Montagnier, who won the Nobel prize for discovering the link between HIV and Aids, has presented new research suggesting a scientific basis for homeopathy.
Eco-Cements could provide a step forward in curbing CO2 levels. Read about their development and how an Australian company is applying Gaia Engineering to build a more [...]
Construction of a groundbreaking low-impact village in Pembrokeshire is now underway, following unprecedented success with planning permission
A groundbreaking boat design is helping wheelchair users partake in water-based activities. Known as Wheelyboats, the vessels have been launched at water based venues throughout the UK.
The world's first osmotic power plant has opened in Tofte in Norway. When sea and fresh water are mixed, the energy created can be used to generate power.
An award-winning new home energy system could help us achieve a brighter, cleaner future say its developers, Disenco.