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01/09/2014» Danish Navy helps Faroe Islanders kill 33 pilot whales

28/08/2014» Europe’s warming brings risk of dengue fever

29/08/2014» Scotland's double first: tidal array and twin-bladed offshore wind turbines

26/08/2014» Parasitic fungus introduced to attack Himalayan balsam

26/08/2014» Coca-Cola forced out of $25 million factory in India

26/08/2014» Dams versus rivers - the global battle

21/08/2014» Cancer deaths double in Argentina's GMO agribusiness areas

22/08/2014» Fish before agribusiness! California river tribes demand water

21/08/2014» Health alert - fracking’s chemical cocktails

20/08/2014» Alabama - a community fights toxic waste, discrimination

19/08/2014» Weather-related disasters rise five-fold from 1970s to 2000s

18/08/2014» NFU and cull companies out of police control rooms

15/08/2014» Green energy co-ops blocked by UK financial regulator

14/08/2014» Last chance to stop USDA approval of 2,4-D GMO crops

12/08/2014» Fossil fuels raising mercury levels in oceans, and fish

11/08/2014» Toxic risk as missiles strike Ukraine's biggest chemical plant

08/08/2014» Solar firms to sue Government for ending support

08/08/2014» Mongolian herders protest - 'protect our grazing land!'

06/08/2014» Pakistan - no response to flood, drought, deforestation crisis

05/08/2014» Exposed: Barroso's EU anti-environment crusade

01/08/2014» Niger Delta oil - Shell ignores horrendous pollution

01/08/2014» Brazil: GMO 'Bt corn' no longer resists pest attack

01/08/2014» Badger Trust wins 'right to know' about badger cull development

31/07/2014» India - 'Foil Vedanta' protests erupt in Delhi

30/07/2014» Brazil: death threats stalk Amazon shaman Davi Kopenawa

29/07/2014» Huge US coal leasing program releasing tens of Gigatonnes of carbon

28/07/2014» Fracking go-ahead on UK's National Parks, World Heritage Sites, nature reserves

25/07/2014» Victory - 30 new marine reserves for Scotland

24/07/2014» A quarter of 361 newly-recognised birds are 'threatened'

23/07/2014» Thailand army forcibly evicts six forest villages

22/07/2014» Germany and UK top EU's 'Dirty 30' pollution league

21/07/2014» Badger Trust's High Court cull challenge

19/07/2014» California and Texas are mainstreaming renewable energy

18/07/2014» Australia's drought - yes, it's climate change

17/07/2014» Truss - the badgers must die!

17/07/2014» Bill launched to ban wild animals in circuses

16/07/2014» Climate inaction could cost Europe 200,000 lives a year

15/07/2014» Andaman tribe threatened by illegal 'human safari' road upgrade

14/07/2014» Fossil fuels the 'new sub-prime crisis'

10/07/2014» London, B'ham, Leeds will not get clean air until after 2030

09/07/2014» Community bids excluded from Coop farm sale

07/07/2014» Recycled phones drive new wildlife protection technology

04/07/2014» Renewables boom - $5 trillion to be invested by 2030

04/07/2014» Victory! Syngenta pulls 'bee-killer' pesticide application

03/07/2014» Fracking - 95% of oil and gas shales underlie drinking water aquifers

02/07/2014» Badger cull High Court challenge goes ahead

01/07/2014» New York communities triumph over fracking companies

26/06/2014» World Bank: tackle global warming and add $2 trillion to global economy, save a million lives

27/06/2014» Tasmania's forests will remain World Heritage

26/06/2014» BMA votes for fossil fuel divestment

24/06/2014» Solar farm go ahead after High Court quashes Pickles's unlawful refusal

24/06/2014» Palestine's Battir terraces accorded World Heritage protection

23/06/2014» House Spending Bill's huge dirty energy giveaway

23/06/2014» Okovango Delta is 1,000th World Heritage Site

20/06/2014» Only 80,000 giraffes left in Africa

19/06/2014» India: Coca Cola bottling plant shut down

17/06/2014» Smiling spies: Police Liaison Officers exposed

17/06/2014» First blood: Iceland resumes whale hunt, kills fin whale

10/06/2014» Aircon: keeping cool raises the city heat

10/06/2014» GMO bug makes bioethanol direct from grass

13/06/2014» Barclays: solar power threatens US utilities

12/06/2014» EU go-ahead for GMO crops

01/06/2014» Oil company promises 'no drilling' in Virunga

10/06/2014» HSI calls on farmers - 'go badger-friendly' to control bovine TB

07/06/2014» Gaza hospital 'goes solar' to combat power shortages

05/06/2014» China's coal burn 'down 40% by 2020'

21/05/2014» Caledonian pine forest set for 1,000 ha expansion

04/06/2014» Government caves in to developers on 'zero carbon' homes

02/06/2014» Cull could put flood-struck badgers 'at risk of local extinction'

01/06/2014» Oxford University 'must divest from fossil fuels'

27/05/2014» A new National Monument for New Mexico

29/05/2014» Brazil: Amazon Indians shot at Belo Monte dam site

28/05/2014» Texas Petroleum Museum rejects 'gifts from Ecuador'

28/05/2014» Greenpeace Arctic oil rig occupation 'may delay drilling'

27/05/2014» Greenland's glaciers 'more vulnerable' to rapid melting

25/05/2014» Fifty-two countries join 'March against Monsanto'

23/05/2014» West Antarctic glaciers 'past the point of no return'

22/05/2014» Fungi clean contaminated soils

21/05/2014» 120 groups demand: 'ditch the TTIP EU-US trade deal'

20/05/2014» Global GMO-free Coalition launches with 4.5 million members

19/05/2014» UNESCO demands - end oil drilling in Virunga

16/05/2014» Strong winds keep Antarctica cold - while Australia bakes

15/05/2014» EPA - we demand oil and gas well pollution limits!

07/05/2014» Industrializing Amazon at risk of 'ecosystem collapse'

13/05/2014» Government attacks UK's 'big solar'

13/05/2014» India: tribes face eviction for 'tiger conservation'

12/05/2014» Steeped in blood - China's trade in Siamese rosewood

09/05/2014» Badger cull - police face public grilling from Commissioner

08/05/2014» East Antarctic ice basin 'may be at risk'

06/05/2014» Malaysia - crucial orangutan corridor saved

06/05/2014» Great Barrier Reef coal port challenged

04/05/2014» Nuclear WMD states sued - by the Marshall Islands

01/05/2014» Non-aligned nations: Israel must renounce nuclear weapons

30/04/2014» FTSE and Blackrock join to fight fossil fuel investment

29/04/2014» Congo rainforest 'browning' as temperatures rise

28/04/2014» Vikings looting and pillaging? No, it's BP

28/04/2014» 2014 Goldman winners - fighting coal, dams, palm oil, fracking, toxic waste

26/04/2014» 'Arrest Monbiot' for 'nuclear crimes' - £100 reward

25/04/2014» Tenfold solar expansion approved for New York state

24/04/2014» Texas court awards family $3 million for fracking health damage

23/04/2014» WWF: UK oil company must quit Virunga Park

22/04/2014» Large dams are uneconomic

17/04/2014» Caroline Lucas 'not guilty'

16/04/2014» USA: Government gives in to illegal rancher's armed militia

15/04/2014» Electric car numbers double in one year

14/04/2014» IPCC's shale gas error

11/04/2014» Lawsuit demands 50,000 square mile Atlantic whale sanctuary

09/04/2014» New EU rules hammer UK's nuclear ambitions

09/04/2014» P&G promises 'deforestation free' palm oil

08/04/2014» Bushman to Prince Charles - 'Save our People'

07/04/2014» Biochar doubles plant growth

04/04/2014» Brazil - drugs gang 'disappears' isolated Amazon tribe

02/04/2014» World's two biggest clothiers go deforestation-free

03/04/2014» Badger cull will resume - but no new areas

02/04/2014» Rakuten pulls whale products - but ivory sales continue

31/03/2014» Botswana hunting ban leaves Bushmen to starve

01/04/2014» Badger cull will extend to cats, dogs, hamsters

31/03/2014» Japan must end 'scientific whaling' in the Antarctic

25/03/2014» WHO: air pollution killing 7 million a year

28/03/2014» Caroline Lucas on trial

27/03/2014» Paterson - preparing to ditch the badger cull?

25/03/2014» Myanmar's $6 billion illegal timber trade

22/03/2014» Goldman Sachs - the US's solar future

24/03/2014» General Mills promises - only deforestation-free palm oil

23/03/2014» BBC says sorry - we got it wrong on Irish badgers

20/03/2014» Warmer freshwater ecosystems emit more methane

19/03/2014» Rockies flora signal warming times

17/03/2014» Turks & Caicos Islands protect breeding turtles

17/03/2014» Exposed - World's biggest seller of ivory and whale meat

17/03/2014» Say No to 'Roundup-ready' GM crops

13/03/2014» Italy: Police close down deadly power station

14/03/2014» Yellowstone bison have 'right to roam'

14/03/2014» MPs vote - halt badger cull in England!

12/03/2014» Euro Parliament ratifies F-gas ban - 'huge gain for climate'

12/03/2014» DOE shuts $4 billion 'plutonium-eater' reactor

02/03/2014» Offshore wind could calm hurricanes

10/03/2014» Arctic at its warmest for 40,000 years

08/03/2014» Illinois - 1.7 million people choose 100% green electricity

08/03/2014» Sun shines on US solar sector

07/03/2014» Largest US grocery stores say 'no' to GMO salmon

05/03/2014» Redwood thieves force California forest curfew

05/03/2014» Pollution - EU takes UK to court

04/03/2014» Fukushima - all charges dropped

03/03/2014» Nepal's year of zero poaching

02/03/2014» Rising sea levels threaten Los Angeles

28/02/2014» Badger culls were ineffective and inhumane

01/03/2014» Natural gas field discovered on Gaza's coast

27/02/2014» Pesticide-free fly control breakthrough

26/02/2014» Amazon: loggers, ranchers expelled from Awa lands

25/02/2014» Electricity use in the US is falling - still

22/02/2014» Exxon CEO seeks to halt fracking project in 'his backyard'

21/02/2014» Nebraska court decision halts Keystone XL pipeline

20/02/2014» Moderate air pollution damages mothers' and babies' health

20/02/2014» Fukushima leaks 23 TBq of radioactive water

19/02/2014» Edward Snowden is Glasgow University's new Rector

18/02/2014» Kelloggs goes 'deforestation free'

17/02/2014» Russian eco-activist gets 3 years in penal colony

17/02/2014» Virunga - UK Government to investigate oil company

13/02/2014» Polish farmers 'grassroots rebellion'

14/02/2014» Protestors' 'Fracking victory' at Barton Moss

15/02/2014» Euro-Parliament turns against TTIP

14/02/2014» Ten steps to protect the UK from floods

13/02/2014» Bushmen are not 'poachers' - wildlife conference protest

12/02/2014» Congress over-rules USAID to protect abused Ethiopian tribes

10/02/2014» Exterminate! New law to compel landowners to kill off exotics

07/02/2014» UK farmers winning GMO-free export market

10/02/2014» Climate change - bringing the UK worse winters

07/02/2014» UK's environment research funding to help ... Shell

06/02/2014» WildLeaks launched - the WikiLeaks for wildlife

06/02/2014» UK's Wildlife Crime Unit secures two years' funding

06/02/2014» Champions don't wear fur

05/02/2014» Storm surges to cost $100 trillion a year as sea levels rise

04/02/2014» Norway: electric vehicles lead the car market

03/02/2014» Argentina: unseasonal storms imperil Magellanic penguins

01/02/2014» Sweden: 3 wild egg collectors convicted after UK investigation

01/02/2014» Brazil extends Amazon protection from soy farms

31/01/2014» Virunga - police arrest 7 anti-oil gorilla defenders

31/01/2014» Shell scraps 2014 Arctic drilling

31/01/2014» MEPs vote against EU seed Regulation

30/01/2014» L'Oreal moves against forest destruction

30/01/2014» Norwegian pension giant drops investments in coal, tar sands, palm oil

29/01/2014» Shell - you're fired!

29/01/2014» DDT link to Alzheimers

28/01/2014» Paterson slashes UK climate change budget

26/01/2014» 2013 - the world's temperature kept on rising

23/01/2014» South African rhino slaughter hits all-time high

25/01/2014» Davos: Fracking won't avert energy crisis

23/01/2014» Hong Kong to destroy 28 tonnes of ivory

24/01/2014» Shell oil licences in Alaska 'unlawful'

23/01/2014» Kenya: police begin Forest People evictions

22/01/2014» Ecocide: 112,000 vote to criminalize ecological destruction

21/01/2014» Warming climate will bring more extreme 'El Nino' events

21/01/2014» Manchester Police break anti-fracker's eye socket

21/01/2014» World's highest deforestation rate on uncontacted tribe's land

15/01/2014» Cyclists demand 'direct vision' lorries on city streets

20/01/2014» FoE recruiting new board member

20/01/2014» Pulp and paper giant - end deforestation!

16/01/2014» UKIP to ban 'all teaching of global warming'

16/01/2014» Palm oil company's $30 million fine for burning rainforest

15/01/2014» Swiss wildlife climbing up the mountains

14/01/2014» Farm antibiotics 'creating super-bugs'

14/01/2014» GMO labelling - Big Food fights back

13/01/2014» Rwandan militia murder Congo 'gorilla guardian'

10/01/2014» China: nuclear and coal giants go solar

09/01/2014» Stop import of 'super-GM' SmartStax maize!

08/01/2014» Fukushima Reactor 3 - TEPCO responds

07/01/2014» US complicit in marine mammal slaughter

06/01/2014» Hitachi-GE nuclear reactor design assessment begins

06/01/2014» China destroys 6 tonnes of ivory

04/01/2014» Cheerios go GM-free

31/12/2013» Fukushima meltdown? Mystery steam rising over Reactor 3

30/12/2013» 2014 - the UK's GM-free year!

28/12/2013» Pungesti - villagers 'living in terror' of police violence

27/12/2013» No 'road to ruin' at Izembek Wildlife Refuge, Alaska

26/12/2013» Arctic 30 coming home

25/12/2013» Indonesia: terror and eviction for palm oil

23/12/2013» UK plans 75GW of new nuclear power

22/12/2013» Arctic melting disrupts 'temperate' climates

19/12/2013» Idaho's Christmas wolf and coyote hunt

18/12/2013» Christmas amnesty for Arctic 30, Pussy Riot

17/12/2013» EBRD - eyes wide shut to coal sector corruption

16/12/2013» New safe cycling routes for London

13/12/2013» 'Illegal UK state aid' probe hits nuclear plans

13/12/2013» Israel scraps Prawer Plan to evict 40,000 Bedouins

12/12/2013» Romania rejects Rosia Montana gold mine

11/12/2013» California's lone wolf returns

10/12/2013» Fossil fuel subsidies soar to $544 billion

10/12/2013» Rotting fish to green gas

09/12/2013» London flood surge 'worst in 60 years'

07/12/2013» Green Climate Fund opens in Korea

06/12/2013» Avaaz TPP petition sabotaged?

05/12/2013» US 'holding WTO talks to ransom'

04/12/2013» Frackers sue Colorado frack-free cities

04/12/2013» Chatsworth: attic junk to renewable energy centre

03/12/2013» UK pensions fuelling hunger

02/12/2013» Europe must prepare for extreme weather events

29/11/2013» Gloucestershire badger cull called off

28/11/2013» Canada approves GM salmon eggs

27/11/2013» UK - the world's plutonium store?

26/11/2013» Union warns: 1,700 job losses at Environment Agency will increase flood risk

25/11/2013» Bluefin tuna protected - but what about the sharks?

25/11/2013» Non-GM corn hybrids smash GM varieties in Illinois trials

22/11/2013» COP19 - India and Saudi Arabia join the 'Climate Saboteurs'

21/11/2013» New conservation zones for UK seas

20/11/2013» NAFTA: Investigate Canada's failure to protect Polar Bears

19/11/2013» Prime Minister - do more for nature!

19/11/2013» Ocean acidity rising at 'unprecedented rate'

18/11/2013» Campaigners cry 'insanity' as UNEP postpones frozen gas report

15/11/2013» Brazil deforestation up 28%

15/11/2013» Boris - save London's cyclists!

14/11/2013» Israel-Palestine oil battle looms

12/11/2013» Arctic 30: Greenpeace turns on Shell

12/11/2013» Koch Brothers win 2013 Rubber Dodo Award

11/11/2013» Loggers against Earth's most threatened tribe

08/11/2013» Coke joins Oxfam's fight against land grabs

08/11/2013» Tasman Sea: small ships sail to confront oil giant

07/11/2013» Aerial Boris Bike-abouts for London?

05/11/2013» UK government's quarrels are hitting climate change investment

05/11/2013» Human suffering will be exacerbated greatly by climate change

02/11/2013» RWE's green energy revolution

01/11/2013» CO2 emissions hit record - but increasing more slowly

31/10/2013» Save the Co-op Bank!

31/10/2013» Japan - end the cetacean slaughter!

31/10/2013» Renewables - what about the minerals?

30/10/2013» State Secrets Act to supress Fukushima information

30/10/2013» Big Six lobby MPs against green energy and efficiency

29/10/2013» UK's largest nature conservation charity objects to wind farm application

29/10/2013» Greenhouse gases alone are causing unprecedented Arctic warming

28/10/2013» Go fossil-free, urge investment managers

28/10/2013» Nuclear power gets twice the price of solar!

26/10/2013» Africa's biggest wind farm opens

25/10/2013» India - the new global warming villain

25/10/2013» Glowing path trialled in Cambridge

24/10/2013» National Trust "open" to fracking on its land

24/10/2013» EU energy subsidies - the truth is out!

23/10/2013» Burn the regulations, not the rainforest!

23/10/2013» Amazon: 441 new species discovered in four years

22/10/2013» Oklahoma goes for Wind

22/10/2013» Amazon forest is drying out

03/09/2012» Ecologist Partners: Triodos Bank

10/03/2011» This week's changes to the Ecologist.org

07/03/2011» Climate change 'will wreak havoc on Britain's coastline by 2050'

04/03/2011» Huhne accused of 'hypocrisy' for promoting offshore oil in Scotland and Arctic

03/03/2011» Tanzania urged to accept World Bank funding of alternative Serengeti highway route

01/03/2011» UK's 'fracking' gas-extraction is not unconventional says industry

01/03/2011» EU ministers to ban wasteful practice of discarding fish at sea

28/02/2011» Brazilian judge blocks plans for construction of Belo Monte dam

25/02/2011» Dow Chemical in the dock as activists confront corporate spies

22/02/2011» Greenpeace hits back at 'notorious forest destroyer' Asia Pulp and Paper

22/02/2011» WWF calls for 'scaling up' of beef production to combat deforestation in Brazil

18/02/2011» Monsanto agrees clean-up of toxic Brofiscin quarry in Wales

17/02/2011» The End of the Line: how a film changed the way we eat fish

16/02/2011» Man-made climate change doubling risk of extreme flooding

16/02/2011» Plans for UK's largest dairy farm scrapped over water pollution fears

14/02/2011» Intense lobbying could enable unapproved GM crops to enter European food chain

14/02/2011» Revealed: how energy firms spy on environmental activists

10/02/2011» World's first Fairtrade gold goes on sale in the UK

10/02/2011» Asian factory farming boom spreading animal diseases like avian influenza

10/02/2011» UK urged to stop funding dirty coal power stations overseas

07/02/2011» Photo story: Bangladesh's climate refugees

07/02/2011» Welsh renewable energy plans 'stymied' by Westminster

04/02/2011» Climate refugee 'crisis' will not result in mass migration - new research

02/02/2011» A fossil-free world by 2050 not an 'unattainable utopia', says WWF

31/01/2011» World's largest ecological experiment to examine impact of oil palm plantations

31/01/2011» An atlas of pollution: The world in carbon dioxide emissions

28/01/2011» DEFRA's forest sell off plans met with caution and hostility

27/01/2011» Growing pressure for moratorium on UK shale gas 'fracking'

26/01/2011» Biofuels: jatropha still linked to 'land grabbing and displacement of farmers'

24/01/2011» UN forest protection plans failing because of land scarcity and demand for food

24/01/2011» Scientists warn of future restrictions on factory-farmed pig and poultry

23/01/2011» Huge majority oppose England forest sell-off plans, poll finds

20/01/2011» UK's first geothermal shopping centre opens in London

20/01/2011» Toxic waste from Burma's largest coal project could displace 12,000

19/01/2011» Energy rationing would give 'common purpose' in cutting carbon emissions

18/01/2011» Russia's ambitions for oil off Sakhalin Island could wipe out whale species

18/01/2011» Last refuge of rare fish threatened by Yangtze dam plans

17/01/2011» UK urged to ban controversial 'fracking' gas-extraction

14/01/2011» GM disease resistant animals 'cover-up' for factory farming

12/01/2011» Worldwatch report attacks criminalising of seed saving and promotes agroecology

11/01/2011» Freshwater lakes and rivers contributing to climate change

11/01/2011» Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall tackles farmed salmon feed controversy

10/01/2011» Climate activist trial collapses over use of undercover police officer

07/01/2011» Supermarkets misleading consumers over 'sustainably sourced' seafood

07/01/2011» Consumers 'greenwashed' over eco-friendly garden centre products

07/01/2011» Germany and France likely to block plans to end GM crop delays

04/01/2011» UK rejects veterinary advice to ban antibiotic drug adverts to farmers

04/01/2011» Forest of Dean protesters fight big woodland sell-off

28/12/2010» Leaked document exposes risks to bees and insects from Bayer pesticide

23/12/2010» China counts £130bn cost of economic growth in ecological damage

23/12/2010» Breeding habits of toads and frogs hit by climate change

22/12/2010» Plans to reopen world’s largest asbestos mine will create ‘new generation’ of victims



21/12/2010» Air pollution linked to 200,000 premature deaths in UK

20/12/2010» Top FTSE companies face investor backlash on biodiversity

17/12/2010» California overcomes oil opposition to approve the first US carbon-trading scheme

15/12/2010» US plans to sue BP will 'not prevent future ecocide'

15/12/2010» UK says it will ignore medical advice on pesticide-spraying

15/12/2010» Rabbits named Britain's most costly invasive species

14/12/2010» Climate activists face jail over Ratcliffe coal plot

14/12/2010» UK announces £5,000 subsidy for electric car buyers from 2011

12/12/2010» Cancun climate summit fails to agree successor to Kyoto Protocol

10/12/2010» Torbay in groundbreaking move to start valuing its trees

08/12/2010» Taxpayers could bankroll nuclear clear-up under new Government plans

08/12/2010» Mountain gorilla numbers in central Africa on the rise

08/12/2010» Toxic bisphenol-A found in US shopping receipts and dollar bills

06/12/2010» US calls for an end to the EU block on GM and nanotechnology

06/12/2010» Anger at opening of Shell-sponsored climate change exhibition

03/12/2010» Logging company accused of ‘misleading public’ with carbon conservation project

02/12/2010» Cities must ‘radically change’ transport systems to cope with population explosion

01/12/2010» Dupont follows Monsanto in new move to consolidate South African seed market

01/12/2010» UK economic recovery 'poses threat to environment'

30/11/2010» Europe's scramble for gas sees controversial hydraulic fracturing cross the Atlantic

30/11/2010» Bluefin tuna condemned to extinction by 'laughable' ICCAT summit claim activists

26/11/2010» Warning over contaminated whale meat as Faroe Islands' killing continues

25/11/2010» Industry and activists clash over environmental footprint of nanotechnology

24/11/2010» Oil companies Perenco, Repsol-YPF and ConocoPhillips under fire over Peruvian tribes

23/11/2010» Written charter for land use vital for 'Big Society' management of natural resources

23/11/2010» Lidl supermarket tuna 'contains fish species not on the label'

17/11/2010» Question marks over EU plans for a 'greener' farm subsidy scheme

17/11/2010» High Court battle over London City Airport expansion

17/11/2010» Nocton 'super-dairy' plans are just the start, say farmers

17/11/2010» British Beekeepers' Association to stop endorsing bee-killing pesticides

16/11/2010» Controversial pesticides linked to 'total ecological collapse' of insects and birds

15/11/2010» Clydesdale Bank under fire over finance for Nocton 'super dairy'

15/11/2010» Mark Lynas: I'm not the pariah of the green movement

12/11/2010» Carbon capture and storage could contaminate drinking water

11/11/2010» Congo massacre case prompts call for crackdown on Canadian mining giants

11/11/2010» Green energy bill will let consumers gamble on future savings

10/11/2010» Pesticide companies told to fund clean up of waterways

09/11/2010» End $300 billion subsidies for fossil fuels, says energy watchdog

08/11/2010» Europe's push on biofuels 'no better than fossil fuels'

04/11/2010» 'Thousands threatened' by giant iron mine in Burma

04/11/2010» What the environmental movement got right: activists respond to Channel 4 film

02/11/2010» UK and USA retailers join boycott against Alaska's 'dirty gold'

01/11/2010» British mining company in controversial uranium project near Grand Canyon

01/11/2010» UN biodiversity targets now need to be implemented say campaigners

29/10/2010» EU seal fur ban 'sends message' to those profiting from trade

29/10/2010» Rejected nuclear waste site in Cumbria back on list of potential locations

28/10/2010» Biodiversity loss seen as greater financial risk than terrorism, says UN

27/10/2010» Campaigners issue warning on refrigerant emissions

26/10/2010» EU food safety chief forced to quit GM lobby role

25/10/2010» 'Stop robbing land from the poorest' urges UN food expert

22/10/2010» Ban pesticide-use in public parks and school grounds - campaigners

21/10/2010» Defra rejects claims UK legal system is blocking environmental justice

21/10/2010» Campaigners launch 'last ditch' attempt to save Javan rhino from extinction

21/10/2010» Spending review: 'Greenest government ever' reserves worst cuts for Defra

19/10/2010» Maldives ‘tourism boom’ putting manta rays at risk

18/10/2010» Authors call for a greener, smaller banking sector

18/10/2010» Severn tidal barrage axed as nuclear power plants proposed

15/10/2010» Locals 'unable' to oppose Scottish coal power station

14/10/2010» Independent testing of pesticides in food in doubt after quango cull

13/10/2010» Tesco caught breaching EU rules on harmful chemicals

12/10/2010» 'Unnecessary' weedkillers could undermine efforts to protect bee population

11/10/2010» Poverty forces Roma people to scavenge toxic e-waste

08/10/2010» Sunderbans mangrove-forest livelihoods under threat from corruption and resource exploitation

08/10/2010» Heat pumps no more eco-friendly than gas-fired boilers - new research

07/10/2010» Revealed: how seed market is controlled by Monsanto, Syngenta, Bayer, Dow & DuPont

06/10/2010» Hungary toxic spill 'could be worse' than Baia Mare cyanide disaster

05/10/2010» Study identifies more than 1 million ocean species

04/10/2010» UK can achieve 'zero waste' without incineration

01/10/2010» Scotland's renewable pledge let down by offshore oil drilling

01/10/2010» Dismay over EU decision not to ban baby bottle chemical bisphenol-A

30/09/2010» 'Slavery' uncovered on trawlers fishing for Europe

29/09/2010» Plant life in peril - IUCN and Kew Gardens study

28/09/2010» Coral reefs 'could disappear by 2100'

28/09/2010» Bush-meat demand fuelling secretive trade in Guinea-Bissau's primates

27/09/2010» Fish farmers in Scotland killing estimated 2,000 seals a year

24/09/2010» Shipping growth threatens climate change targets - report

23/09/2010» Arctic oil spill could take 'year or more' to clean up

23/09/2010» E.coli and salmonella resistance 'spreading' due to antibiotics overuse

22/09/2010» Nigeria gold rush sees 200 children killed in outbreak of lead poisoning

21/09/2010» US delays approval for fast-growing GM salmon

20/09/2010» 'Super-dairy' may only meet 'minimum' welfare standards

17/09/2010» UK public unaware they could be contributing to illegal logging - WWF

16/09/2010» EU nuclear waste disposal plans 'not safe' claim scientists

16/09/2010» Renewables offer cash boost for local communities - think tank

16/09/2010» World Bank invests record sums in coal

15/09/2010» Farmers could be allowed to kill badgers from 2011

14/09/2010» World bank hints Africa is ‘quick win’ for land grabbing investors

12/09/2010» Public deprived of data on cancer links to toxins - film maker

10/09/2010» 'Privileged' opposition holding back wind farm development

09/09/2010» Gulf oil disaster not unique to BP and will 'happen again'

08/09/2010» Shell funding of forest protection scheme could result in 'largest land grab of all time'

06/09/2010» Bees stung by 'climate change-linked' early pollination

06/09/2010» Cargill sticks with rainforest-destroying palm oil supplier

02/09/2010» Low-cost e-waste recycling in China releasing catalogue of pollutants

02/09/2010» Tibetan nomads struggle as grasslands disappear from the roof of the world

01/09/2010» Canada tar sands industry ignoring toxic river pollution

31/08/2010» Resettlement fears over China's South-North water transfer project

27/08/2010» Geoengineering won't stop sea-level rises, study predicts

26/08/2010» Activists win historic ruling on 'people's law on the environment'

25/08/2010» Rapid growth in Amazon dams brought home by online map

24/08/2010» Norway accused of 'hypocrisy' over ethical investment

20/08/2010» Non-stick pans can affect our hormones, new research suggests

20/08/2010» Tar sands campaign targets holidaymakers and pension funds

18/08/2010» Human response to climate change is making matters worse

17/08/2010» Vedanta ‘in total contempt of the law’ says Indian government

16/08/2010» Drilling to begin for Cornwall geothermal power plant in 2011

13/08/2010» Tanzania’s Serengeti Highway plan could destroy major carbon sink

12/08/2010» 'Cheap' solar geoengineering plans may have unintended consequences

11/08/2010» Palm oil giant Sinar Mas admits breaking law by clearing peatland

10/08/2010» Biotech industry plays down discovery of GM crops surviving in the wild

09/08/2010» Global rise in hydroelectric dams threatens tribal peoples

06/08/2010» Rising demand for bycatch will lead to ‘ecological catastrophe’, scientists warn

05/08/2010» Ecuador offers to leave rainforest oil in the ground for $3.6 billion

04/08/2010» ‘Growing body of evidence’ links pesticides to bee decline

04/08/2010» Cloned animals a 'threat to genetic diversity'

03/08/2010» Farmers will have to wait until 2012 for supermarket watchdog

30/07/2010» US climate sceptics fail to stop carbon emissions being labelled danger to health

29/07/2010» Palm oil giant accused of rainforest destruction caught ‘red-handed’

29/07/2010» Marine food chain hit by ocean global warming

28/07/2010» UK businesses call for compulsory carbon reporting

27/07/2010» UK likely to miss legal 2020 renewable energy target

26/07/2010» RBS should become the UK's Green Investment Bank, say NGOs

23/07/2010» US Senate drops bill to cap carbon emissions

22/07/2010» Jonathon Porritt slams Government decision to scrap crucial watchdog

22/07/2010» Climate change should be billed as a 'health' not 'environmental' disaster

20/07/2010» UK could cut Amazon soya imports with home-grown peas and beans

19/07/2010» Aid should focus on climate resilience and less intensive farming models

19/07/2010» Goldman Sachs makes $1 billion profit on food price speculation

16/07/2010» Zimbabwe given 'one last chance' on diamond mining exports

15/07/2010» Campaigners dispute reports of a decline in illegal logging

14/07/2010» 'Uneven' sea level rises threaten Indian Ocean coastal regions

13/07/2010» EU's 'dangerous' move to nationalise GM decision-making

09/07/2010» Electric cars and wind turbines face metal supply shortages

08/07/2010» EU's ban on billion-pound illegally logged timber trade only the 'first step'

07/07/2010» EU votes against compulsory GM food labelling

06/07/2010» Commonly prescribed drugs linked to shrimp population decline

05/07/2010» Jatropha better suited to local communities, not biofuel markets

02/07/2010» Road pricing is becoming inevitable, says RAC

01/07/2010» Trees a 'low-cost' solution to air pollution and biodiversity loss in cities

01/07/2010» GRAPHIC: Find out the carbon footprint of...

30/06/2010» UK to get three new nuclear power plants by 2022

28/06/2010» Report lists top ten countries at risk of water shortages

28/06/2010» Agroecological farming methods being ignored, says UN expert

24/06/2010» Barclays Bank, British Gas and RBS implicated in ‘scandalous’ carbon trading scheme

23/06/2010» Ban 'toxic' trans fats and junk food adverts says NHS watchdog

22/06/2010» UK budget avoids decision on new aviation tax

22/06/2010» Why are bees in decline? New research to provide the answers

21/06/2010» Amazon rainforest claims not bogus admits The Sunday Times

18/06/2010» Electric cars can 'fit with current driving patterns'

16/06/2010» Industry lobbying sees EU reject 'traffic light' food labelling

16/06/2010» Pay hill farmers to protect water supply and carbon sinks, report urges

15/06/2010» Workplace cancer costing 8,000 lives a year

15/06/2010» UN biodiversity panel 'a dream of many scientists'

14/06/2010» Scottish climate activists in the dock hope to set legal precedent

11/06/2010» Police to pay compensation to Kingsnorth climate camp protesters

09/06/2010» Nuclear power debate still divides UK public opinion

09/06/2010» Government ignoring rail in favour of domestic flights

09/06/2010» UK population growth needs to be reversed

08/06/2010» Councils to reward recycling rather than tax waste

07/06/2010» Fatal Bhopal pesticide plant disaster sees first convictions

04/06/2010» Lack of drinking fountains in parks makes kids buy fizzy drinks

02/06/2010» BP criminal action will not safeguard against oil spills, say campaigners

28/05/2010» Urban green spaces a ‘lifeline’ for migrating birds

27/05/2010» US airlines mount legal challenge to EU emission cuts

27/05/2010» Protecting rainforests shown to reduce poverty

27/05/2010» FSA accused of running PR exercise for GM industry

26/05/2010» Scientists use shellfish to assess toxic impact of BP gulf oil spill

24/05/2010» Small-scale beekeepers threatened by colony losses

21/05/2010» Tesco, Boots and Subway accused of selling unethical tuna

21/05/2010» Industry threats to relocate over carbon targets exposed as 'misleading'

20/05/2010» Pesticide residue exposure linked to ADHD in children

19/05/2010» Activists hail 'historic' Canadian forest agreement

17/05/2010» Uncertainity over mobile phone and brain cancer links

17/05/2010» US Cancer Institute issues stark warning on environmental cancer risk

14/05/2010» Finance, not politics, the main obstacle to nuclear, say campaigners

14/05/2010» Solar to provide quarter of electricity by 2050

12/05/2010» UK coalition Government announces environmental policies

12/05/2010» Scientists: emissions-based climate deal 'not possible'

11/05/2010» Bill Gates' cloud-whitening trials 'a dangerous experiment'

10/05/2010» 'Perverse subsidies' to blame for wildlife loss, says UN

07/05/2010» Green Party victory start of 'historic new political force'

06/05/2010» Conservation and food production should be kept separate says study

05/05/2010» EU votes for labels on nano, cloned and GM food

04/05/2010» Heavy bee colony losses in US could lead to price rise

28/04/2010» Excessive water abstraction threatens UK rivers

27/04/2010» Water shortages biggest barrier to increasing food production

27/04/2010» Australia ditches carbon trading plans

26/04/2010» Short-haul flights within Europe up by 48 per cent

23/04/2010» Coca-Cola 'misleading' investors over water use in India

22/04/2010» Wind industry disputes 'quick' UK planning process claim

21/04/2010» Dairy sector accounts for 4 per cent of global emissions

20/04/2010» UN claims 'food production needs to double' exposed as myth

20/04/2010» 'Toxic stew' of chemicals causing male fish to carry eggs

19/04/2010» VIDEO: why tar sands activists took on BP

16/04/2010» Heathrow aiport expansion will result in £5 billion loss

16/04/2010» Alaskan fishermen to fight mining giant at its own AGM

16/04/2010» Spanish nighttime solar energy fraud ‘unlikely in UK’

14/04/2010» Total UK shareholders 'must feel some pain' over Buncefield disaster

13/04/2010» Water companies, not farmers, to blame for river pollution

13/04/2010» Super-sized dairy farm plans put on hold

12/04/2010» Consumers lose interest in organic food

09/04/2010» Vital mangrove forests hit by coastal developments

09/04/2010» Red List of endangered species needs to be tripled, say ecologists

07/04/2010» Vote for your MP only if they act on climate change

06/04/2010» Farm pesticides linked to skin cancer

06/04/2010» Britain needs one million farmers, say campaigners

31/03/2010» EU subsidies linked to overfishing

30/03/2010» Charlie Chaplin eco spoof wins Ecologist film award

30/03/2010» US oil giant pumps $48m into climate sceptic groups

30/03/2010» Climate scientists accused of being uncooperative

26/03/2010» Heathrow protesters win third runway court victory

26/03/2010» No stopping controversial dam in Ethiopia

25/03/2010» Big fish farms not necessarily most polluting

24/03/2010» Ships told to go slow to cut carbon emissions

24/03/2010» Snapshot: what the budget does for the green economy

23/03/2010» Human waste could be fertiliser and power source

19/03/2010» Air pollution death toll could hit 50,000 a year, say MPs

19/03/2010» Nestlé under fire for destroying orang-utan habitat

18/03/2010» Regulate geoengineering before it's too late, say MPs

16/03/2010» Recycling best for everything except garden waste

16/03/2010» Tar sands money could pay for desert solar or electric cars

15/03/2010» Activists threaten direct action against Scotland's 'Kingsnorth'

15/03/2010» Australia getting warmer springs and uneven rainfall

11/03/2010» 'Alarming decline' in England's biodiversity

10/03/2010» Europe should forget about emissions cuts, say policy experts

09/03/2010» Councils' 'just throw it out' advice on toxic lightbulbs

09/03/2010» EU exporting 'one-third' of CO2 emissions to poorer countries

05/03/2010» Ancient tradition of water purification could save lives

04/03/2010» 'Fat tax' needed to tackle obesity

03/03/2010» Crop scientists discover fungi alternative to pesticides

02/03/2010» Most UK milk already from industrial-sized dairy farms

01/03/2010» European carbon trading labelled 'model for the world'

25/02/2010» BP and Shell face new shareholder revolt over tar sands

24/02/2010» UK sending ships to deadly scrapyards in Bangladesh

23/02/2010» Brazilian GM crop surge reported

22/02/2010» UN warns India and China over growing problem of e-waste

19/02/2010» Vets turn to African herbs as animal drugs stop working

19/02/2010» Gas pipeline through contaminated Baltic given go-ahead

18/02/2010» UK warned toxic ship would be scrapped on Indian beach

17/02/2010» Mobile phone metals fuelling Congo war

16/02/2010» Bigger engines, two-car households and school runs on rise

15/02/2010» Shell should clean up 'oil exploited' Niger Delta, says report

15/02/2010» Barack Obama gives green light to new wave of nuclear

13/02/2010» China using 'mind blowing' amount of fertiliser

10/02/2010» Boots, KFC, McDonalds ignore rainforest destruction survey

10/02/2010» Jordans cereals switches to 'sustainable' palm oil

09/02/2010» India bans planting of first GM food crop

09/02/2010» Government regulator redefines 'green electricity'

08/02/2010» Palm oil plantations could be classified as forests

08/02/2010» MPs propose carbon tax to boost green investment

05/02/2010» Church sells stake in controversial mining company, Vedanta

05/02/2010» UK joins calls for ban on Atlantic bluefin tuna trade

04/02/2010» New wind power tops all other sources in 2009

03/02/2010» RBS labelled ‘dirtiest bank in Britain’

02/02/2010» UK overseas aid ignoring small scale agriculture

02/02/2010» Brazil to build world's third largest dam in Amazon

01/02/2010» UK to pay public for generating green energy - but will it be enough?

29/01/2010» UK Government nuclear consultation ‘farcical’, say locals

28/01/2010» Kraft takeover will hit Cadbury's ethical rating

27/01/2010» Temporary ban could see EU fish stocks bounce back

26/01/2010» Walls sausages reluctant to come clean on origin of pork

25/01/2010» Greenpeace calls for a ban on Arctic oil drilling

22/01/2010» US used quarter of 2008 grain crop to make biofuel

22/01/2010» Carbon traders quit emissions market amid drop in demand

22/01/2010» Nuclear power may still need taxpayer help says watchdog

21/01/2010» Greenwash award exposes Brazilian company

19/01/2010» 'Primark effect' still clogging up UK landfills

18/01/2010» Legal costs review may not help environmental cases

15/01/2010» Largely self-sufficient Scottish island wins prize

15/01/2010» Shell faces shareholder revolt over Canadian tar sands project

14/01/2010» Architects propose 'radical' coastal flood defenses

14/01/2010» Sustainability watchdog slams Government’s energy plans

14/01/2010» Contractors using dangerous pesticides in UK schools

13/01/2010» Government agrees to supermarket watchdog

12/01/2010» Biodiversity crucial to lives of billions, says UNEP

11/01/2010» UK emissions figures distorted by offsets, say MPs

09/01/2010» Georgina Downs takes pesticide case to European courts

07/01/2010» Loss of forage biggest long-term threat to bees

07/01/2010» iPhone users asked to rat on energy wasters

07/01/2010» Money men ignoring climate change

07/01/2010» Miliband calls on EU to back 30 per cent emissions cut

06/01/2010» Food crisis 'hidden' from public say campaigners

05/01/2010» 'Moralistic' environmentalists turn people off buying green

04/01/2010» Private allotment company gets mixed welcome

04/01/2010» Warmer temperatures spreading malaria in Africa

04/01/2010» Europe unites to build renewable energy 'supergrid'

22/12/2009» Do you want next generation biofuels? Have your say

21/12/2009» Geothermal projects get funding boost

21/12/2009» Marine mammals under threat from ocean noise pollution

21/12/2009» Ed Miliband: China tried to hijack Copenhagen climate deal

19/12/2009» Copenhagen fails to deliver deal on tackling climate change

18/12/2009» Biofuels can be sustainable, say less industrialised nations

16/12/2009» Governments 'eager' to divert climate funding to geoengineering

15/12/2009» Todd Stern: 'the US is doing a lot'

15/12/2009» Monsanto named worst corporate climate lobbyist

14/12/2009» Obama sings its praises, but what is the Amazon Fund?

13/12/2009» VIDEO: The US must commit at least $3.5bn in climate aid

11/12/2009» A 'Dow Jones' index for the world's climate

11/12/2009» Biotech industry fights back over reduced meat calls

10/12/2009» Ocean acidification to devastate commercial fisheries

10/12/2009» GRAPHIC: What business wants in Copenhagen

10/12/2009» Local libraries lending out free energy monitors

10/12/2009» Ocean acidification: the facts

08/12/2009» Spring mushrooms show long term effect of climate change

08/12/2009» Short haul flights not the problem says climate watchdog

07/12/2009» Wind turbines have no impact on house prices

07/12/2009» Copenhagen climate summit in disarray after 'Danish text' leak

07/12/2009» Carbon trading to net £1bn for UK's richest man

07/12/2009» Copenhagen deal taking world to 3.5 degree rise

04/12/2009» Graphic: London's carbon footprint

04/12/2009» New funds for London fruit and vegetable patches

04/12/2009» Land grab in Mali forces local farmers off their land

03/12/2009» Bhopal chemical poisoning continuing 25 years on

02/12/2009» Ecologist old issues appeal: please help

02/12/2009» Sceptics and greens reject Australian carbon trading plan

01/12/2009» RBS: where the public money has gone

30/11/2009» EU could easily make 40 per cent cuts by 2020

30/11/2009» Feed-in tariffs in danger of being watered down

27/11/2009» Throw Canada out of Commonwealth for climate record

27/11/2009» Designs for new UK nuclear reactors are unsafe

25/11/2009» Public wants labelling of all GM food

25/11/2009» Google, McDonalds and Amazon dodge carbon disclosure

25/11/2009» Climate change linked to civil war in Africa

25/11/2009» Pig MRSA widespread in Europe

23/11/2009» 'Green' gas supply for homeowners

23/11/2009» Particles from car brakes harm lungs

20/11/2009» Clamping down on logging in Brazil moves it to Paraguay

17/11/2009» GM crops causing a rise in pesticide use in US

16/11/2009» FSA ‘ignoring’ evidence on baby bottle chemical bisphenol-A

16/11/2009» EU must 'step-in' to save Copenhagen from disaster

13/11/2009» Oil giant Total pleads guilty in Buncefield case

13/11/2009» Biodiversity 'invisible' in current economic model

11/11/2009» Palm oil firms letting four-year-olds sign contracts

11/11/2009» Brazil pledges emission cuts in 'political gesture' to rich nations

10/11/2009» Investment in renewables falls by 20 per cent in 2009

09/11/2009» Government approves ten new sites for nuclear power

09/11/2009» Teach children to ignore junk-food advertising, say experts

09/11/2009» Carbon rationing on the agenda says environment chief

06/11/2009» FSA fails to alert public to banned GM ingredient

06/11/2009» Environment Agency demands tougher fines for polluters

05/11/2009» Campaigners reject Copenhagen deal fears

05/11/2009» Carbon trading is a dangerous obsession, says report

03/11/2009» Don't throw out your old TVs

02/11/2009» UK bans Malaysian palm oil advert

02/11/2009» Carbon markets not working, says Deutsche Bank

02/11/2009» Solar power from Sahara a step closer

30/10/2009» Impact of religions will have 'deeper roots' than Copenhagen

30/10/2009» Activists celebrate week of action against coal

30/10/2009» Three Gorges Dam 'a model for disaster'

28/10/2009» Major retailers ranked on sustainable palm oil

27/10/2009» UK to miss 2010 carbon-reduction goal

26/10/2009» Green taxes would benefit environment and employment

26/10/2009» Carbon capture no solution to tar sands

22/10/2009» Call for publicly-owned green bank in UK

22/10/2009» Biofuels rather than electric cars to meet renewables target

22/10/2009» Map: a world of +4C degree temperature rise

22/10/2009» Improvements to the Ecologist website

21/10/2009» UK to give £50m to forest protection fund

21/10/2009» Nuclear police run covert network

20/10/2009» Ryanair wants public money for new routes

20/10/2009» Call for publicly funded research into GM crops

19/10/2009» Brown: there is no Plan B for the planet

19/10/2009» UK companies failing on carbon reduction targets

16/10/2009» Wales plans to bring in compulsory plastic bag charge

16/10/2009» Church mission to Vedanta site in India

15/10/2009» Eco travel agent ditches carbon offsetting

15/10/2009» Chemical spillage wipes out fish in River Trent

14/10/2009» Forests and oceans more effective than carbon capture technology

13/10/2009» Cyclists and pedestrians: how to avoid traffic pollution

13/10/2009» French want to ban mobile phones in schools

12/10/2009» Vedanta told to 'change behaviour' by UK Government

12/10/2009» UK needs electric cars and nuclear power, says watchdog

09/10/2009» Protest moves from Kingsnorth to Ratcliffe-on-Soar

08/10/2009» National Grid plan for local waste-to-biogas plants

07/10/2009» UK losing £650m a year by binning and burning waste

06/10/2009» World Bank shackling developing world to high-carbon future

06/10/2009» Apple quits Chamber of Commerce over climate denial

05/10/2009» Emissions from tar sands seriously underestimated

02/10/2009» Biomass plant gets go-ahead but will not use waste heat

01/10/2009» Britain exporting CO2 emissions abroad, says scientist

01/10/2009» Democrats unveil climate bill calling for a 20% cut in emissions

30/09/2009» Copenhagen in 60 seconds: key facts and figures

30/09/2009» Greenpeace forces HP to go toxin-free

29/09/2009» London council taken to court over City airport expansion

28/09/2009» 10p to create a solar power sector in UK

28/09/2009» UK likely to miss landfill targets

25/09/2009» Stern: US only obstacle to Copenhagen success

24/09/2009» FSC targeted in New York City protest

24/09/2009» Ponds and hedges come out worst in countryside survey

23/09/2009» EU must act against Cargill says watchdog

23/09/2009» Public needs to be 'educated' into accepting GM

22/09/2009» Activists fight to save 'people's law on the environment'

22/09/2009» Airlines admit carbon reductions to come from offsetting

21/09/2009» Livestock transport proposals dropped

21/09/2009» Liberal Democrats support smaller Severn barrage plan

18/09/2009» Human swine flu virus found in UK pig herd

18/09/2009» FSA attacks French organics study

18/09/2009» Government ignoring true cost of Heathrow

18/09/2009» Scotland unveils world's first carbon budget

16/09/2009» Public bored by climate change, says IPPR

16/09/2009» Activists force tar sand mine to close in Canada

16/09/2009» The power of wee: urine could be green energy

16/09/2009» Mobile phone safe radiation guide published

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15/09/2009» GDP should be scrapped, says Sarkozy

14/09/2009» Renewed call for pesticide ban to protect bees

11/09/2009» NHS should promote low-carbon living

10/09/2009» Japanese dolphin hunt resumes

09/09/2009» 'Sustainable' palm oil campaign banned by ASA

09/09/2009» Carbon rationing may be needed by 2012, says IPPR

08/09/2009» First island power grid being used in Wales

08/09/2009» Half of all fish eaten is now farm-reared

08/09/2009» Study exposes chemical cocktail risk

07/09/2009» Extinct bumblebee will return to Britain in 2010

07/09/2009» Japan commits to 25 per cent cut in CO2 emissions

07/09/2009» Nuclear issue splits German election

04/09/2009» First tower made of living trees

04/09/2009» GM lobby just as militant as opposition

03/09/2009» Renewables expert David Mackay appointed to Government

02/09/2009» UK Government 'misleading' public on air pollution

02/09/2009» Public oppose carbon pricing policies

01/09/2009» Green alliance in US calls for stronger Climate Bill

01/09/2009» Geo-engineering: climate solution or dangerous distraction?

01/09/2009» Air pollution reduces rainfall in China

28/08/2009» Laughing gas has growing impact on ozone layer

27/08/2009» World Bank breaks rules in lending to palm oil companies

26/08/2009» Climate Camp protest starts on Blackheath

26/08/2009» Ecologist founder Edward Goldsmith dies at age 80

25/08/2009» Under the hood of the solar electric car

24/08/2009» Coal gets 20 times more money than marine power

21/08/2009» No nuclear but door open for GM, says new SDC chief Will Day

20/08/2009» Ocean temperatures hit record high for July

19/08/2009» Botswana admits bushmen were evicted for diamond mine

18/08/2009» Tar Sands protest comes to UK Climate Camp

18/08/2009» Aberdeen turns from oil to renewables

17/08/2009» Massive subsidies for biofuels 'disastrous'

17/08/2009» Half India’s land degraded: agro-chemicals partly to blame

13/08/2009» Rich countries fall short on Copenhagen cuts

12/08/2009» Protesters start Climate Camp Wales

12/08/2009» Vestas confirms closure of factories

11/08/2009» American junk food imports hit poor

11/08/2009» Can Defra deliver its 2030 food vision?

10/08/2009» The great climate swoop goes public

10/08/2009» Climate change a threat to US security

07/08/2009» Councils accused of ignoring biogas

07/08/2009» Vestas wind protesters evicted

07/08/2009» Rising cancer levels in animals

05/08/2009» UK urged to triple nuclear power

04/08/2009» How fair is the food sector?

04/08/2009» Supermarkets face compulsory watchdog

04/08/2009» Royal Mint linked to rainforest destruction

03/08/2009» Holiday destinations we should avoid

03/08/2009» The Ecologist is now on twitter

03/08/2009» Major oil fields past peak, says IEA

31/07/2009» English coast still not open to walkers

30/07/2009» Household pesticide link to cancer

29/07/2009» Organic food report admits to lack of evidence

28/07/2009» Hewlett-Packard = Hazardous Products, says Greenpeace

28/07/2009» Kenya to build Africa's biggest windfarm

28/07/2009» Police hostility will not stop us, say activists

27/07/2009» Colorado River running on empty by 2050

27/07/2009» Big Green Gathering shutdown blamed on police

27/07/2009» Mining company targeted by protesters

24/07/2009» Solar plane to cross English Channel

24/07/2009» Wind turbine factory protesters facing eviction

23/07/2009» Air pollution link to child IQ levels

22/07/2009» MPs call for an end to GM crop protests

21/07/2009» Workers protest to save wind turbine factory

20/07/2009» Europe's failing carbon emissions trading system

20/07/2009» Ecologist Film Unit journalist beaten by seal hunters

17/07/2009» New website shows best time to use electricity

16/07/2009» Renewables are go (terms and conditions apply)

15/07/2009» ExxonMobil and Venter sign $600 million algae biofuel deal

15/07/2009» FDA supports ban on growth antibiotics in livestock

14/07/2009» Scientists link Parkinson's with specific pesticide

14/07/2009» Habitats report shows sorry state of EU biodiversity

13/07/2009» Turkish dam project scrapped, but pipeline gets go-ahead

13/07/2009» Bayer clamps down on GM rice protest in India

10/07/2009» Copenhagen success rests on cash and commitment

09/07/2009» Lucas: sustainability requires urgent planning reform

09/07/2009» 'Whitewash' at court of appeal for pesticides campaigner

08/07/2009» Policy rethink required to avoid worsening congestion

08/07/2009» Government response to school WiFi petition panned

07/07/2009» Computer companies breaking promises on toxins

07/07/2009» Wales consults on tighter GM contamination laws

06/07/2009» Sustainability 'undone' by Treasury and BIS, says Porritt

03/07/2009» Cincinnati law to police polluting businesses

03/07/2009» Tesco 'trusts' cattle suppliers involved in Amazon deforestation

01/07/2009» Obama: no sanctions on those who don't support CO2 cuts

02/07/2009» Legal challenge to Treasury over RBS investments

30/06/2009» Industrial nations must tackle deforestation at Copenhagen, say MPs

29/06/2009» 'Pollution-as-usual' for Shell, new report reveals

26/06/2009» Brown proposes £60 billion climate fund for Copenhagen

25/06/2009» Cutting council emissions could create 70,000 green jobs

24/06/2009» EU approves 'stepping stone' legislation for cloned meat

24/06/2009» James Hansen arrested during anti-coal demonstration

23/06/2009» Greenwash taints most 'eco-friendly' claims

22/06/2009» Shredding tyres: sustainable or health risk?

18/06/2009» Vattenfall & Shell win Climate Greenwash '09

18/06/2009» Government pledges smart meters for all by 2020

18/06/2009» Finland's safety fears over next-generation nuclear reactor

18/06/2009» Overfishing sends Cape gannet ecosystem haywire

18/06/2009» Draining paddy fields could cut methane from rice production

18/06/2009» Swine flu widower prepares to sue Smithfield

18/06/2009» Abandoned fishing gear wreaks havoc at sea

18/06/2009» Green seniors bid for greater environmental role

17/06/2009» Scientists cast doubts on energy efficient technologies

17/06/2009» Jatropha overtakes food crops in oil swindle

17/06/2009» Child labour still prevalent in Uzbekistan

17/06/2009» Global oil supplies peak in first quarter of 2008.

17/06/2009» Toxic insecticide carbofuran banned in US

17/06/2009» Study sheds light on shopping habits

17/06/2009» Toronto introduces green roof by-law

17/06/2009» Peruvian indians threaten insurgence

17/06/2009» Sweeteners to track waste water flows

17/06/2009» UN indicates shift in food policy

17/06/2009» Sustainable palm oil usage at unsatisfactory levels

17/06/2009» Green home vital statistics impressive

17/06/2009» Grant aims to streamline GM crop technology into Africa

17/06/2009» Internet ‘does not enhance learning’, report suggests

17/06/2009» Zurich unveils carbon capture and storage insurance

16/06/2009» Reports suggest pollutants effect health

16/06/2009» NGOs question 2nd-generation biofuels

16/06/2009» Noise in our oceans has a serious impact on marine wildlife

16/06/2009» Aborigines feel effects of climate change

16/06/2009» Pesticide link to bee deaths

16/06/2009» Official complaint made against mining giant

16/06/2009» Call to bring GM reserach out into the open

16/06/2009» Call for Tennessee fly ash clean up

16/06/2009» Is Fairtrade still fair?

16/06/2009» Personal carbon accounting concluded to be 'relatively quick and easy'

16/06/2009» New green electricity projects to be trialed in the UK

16/06/2009» India's first car-free urban zone

16/06/2009» France's electricity grid operator fined for harm to livestock

16/06/2009» Study suggests careful intervention of 'invasive species'

16/06/2009» Bank backlash from Peoples' Tribunal in Bangladesh

16/06/2009» European Snack Association markets unhealthy food to children through curriculum

16/06/2009» Growing your own food not a returrn to the war's Dig For Victory adversity

16/06/2009» Government advisor lobbies for EU and UK to overhaul GM regulations

27/05/2009» Cattle ranching biggest driver of Amazon deforestation

17/04/2009» Public unable to accurately gauge environmental degradation, say scientists

16/04/2009» Cancer expert believe links with mobile phones will be ‘definitively proven’ in next 10 years

15/04/2009» US academic calls for a revolution in copyright laws, arguing that they hinder intellectual progress

15/04/2009» EU Parliament and the European Food Safety Agency to tighten up regulations on nanotechnology

15/04/2009» National Grid plans to use ‘carbon targets’ to measure managerial staff performance

15/04/2009» MP Alan Whitehead proposes a bill to see more recycled resources used in new products

15/04/2009» Government committee calls for standardisation in eco labelling to help tackle greenwash

15/04/2009» What would a sustainable welfare system look like? A New Economics Foundation report reveals all…

15/04/2009» Snow time: Japanese authorities use a 200m-wide pile of insulated snow to cool Hokkaido airport

15/04/2009» Food Standards Agency refuses to ban Bisphenol-A in food packaging and baby milk bottles

13/04/2009» Biotech firms thwarting GM research, say scientists

06/04/2009» Pollution harmful to unborn, study says

03/04/2009» Indonesian EcoLabel Greenwash, according to NGOs

30/03/2009» New report demands Carbon Quotas be introduced

27/03/2009» New report estimates rainforest's value to humanity

24/03/2009» Cautious welcome to UK Government's Heat and Energy Saving legislation

18/03/2009» Park life - reassessing the value of public spaces

13/03/2009» Quality food production and biodiversity protection

09/03/2009» Tackling soot emissions to combat global warming

06/03/2009» US Department of Agriculture worried about GM food imports

13/02/2009» We need a revolution in how we see sewage, says expert: it’s a precious resource

11/02/2009» Online petition seeks removal of Northern Ireland Environment Minister

06/02/2009» New studies disprove cosmic ray and solar influence theories of global warming

02/02/2009» Study shows worms can develop pesticide resistance in as little as 80 days

23/01/2009» Rural depopulation isn’t just a social problem: it affects wildlife too

23/01/2009» Peak coal? Governments may be over-estimating global coal reserves, says US engineer

21/01/2009» Oxfordshire beauty spot saved from becoming a waste coal ash dump

19/01/2009» World Bank is unfit to manage new global climate funds, say 142 organisations

16/01/2009» Californian Ocean Protection Council calls for a state-wide ban on Styrofoam packaging

15/08/2008» Giant solar power plant to tap Sahara sunshine

09/08/2008» Well-balanced diet the answer to childhood obesity

01/08/2008» Activists get thrashed by locals

01/07/2008» UN report assesses the worth of the natural world

01/07/2008» Clean coal myth at E-On's Kingsnorth

01/06/2008» A step in the organic direction

01/05/2008» FAO backpedals on organics under agribusiness pressure

03/04/2008» Government's ecotowns shortlist announced

01/04/2008» Loopholes and scams dog ‘green’ energy

07/03/2008» British nuclear waste goes on sale

06/03/2008» WWF-UK wins funding halt to Sakhalin II oil and gas pipeline

15/02/2008» Only 4% of untouched ocean left: global report on oceans shows devastating damage

14/02/2008» Diet drinks linked to increase in metabolic syndrome

13/02/2008» Global palm oil demand linked to human rights abuses

12/02/2008» Campaign to save British Bees launched

07/02/2008» Tesco announce £1.99 chicken

06/02/2008» Government cuts DEFRA funding - climate change departments at risk

31/01/2008» Antarctic carve up begins

29/01/2008» Tourists bring threat of Antarctic ‘lawns’

28/01/2008» Californian farmers abandon crops to sell water

23/01/2008» US wind power generation grows 45% in 2007

23/01/2008» 50 coal-fired power stations cancelled in US during 2007

17/01/2008» Rainforest destruction set to rise

16/01/2008» EU to tell UK to increase renewable energy production ‘six-fold’ by 2020

14/01/2008» EU claim cloned food is safe

07/01/2008» Dark Days for Low Energy Light Bulbs

04/01/2008» Energy companies profit from wind farms without building many more windmills

10/12/2007» US wants to cut 2020 emissions target

04/12/2007» UK public failing to pay for pollution

29/11/2007» Asian countries face water crisis

28/11/2007» Government’s chief scientist calls for nuclear power and GM

26/11/2007» Governments accused of ignoring ocean study

23/11/2007» Figures expose UK’s recycling gap

22/11/2007» Britain to build world's biggest biomass plant

21/11/2007» Europe’s richest farmers face subsidy cut

20/11/2007» Brown sets carbon-free electricity target for 2020

19/11/2007» Supermarkets caught up in GM label row

16/11/2007» Wild birds blamed for deadly disease

15/11/2007» Proposed trading in aviation emissions 'doesn't go far enough'

14/11/2007» Weather forecast

13/11/2007» Black Sea

09/11/2007» Study shows definite health benefits from organic milk

07/11/2007» Shell slapped down for flower refinery advert

06/11/2007» Carbon footprint of IT the same as aviation

02/11/2007» Using Sellafield to bury nuclear waste could be 'illegal'

31/10/2007» Nuclear power leads us into winter energy crisis

30/10/2007» Chinese children suffering more birth defects

25/10/2007» Half of the UK's reactors offline

23/10/2007» Government's Planning White Paper 'could be illegal'

22/10/2007» Ocean CO2 'sponge' effect slowing down

19/10/2007» US greenhouse gas bill proposed

18/10/2007» Concerns raised over Scottish hydropower

17/10/2007» Big Coal sent packing in Iowa

15/10/2007» UK trying to wriggle out of renewables commitments

11/10/2007» Brits have biggest air travel footprint in world

09/10/2007» Greenpeace shut down coal-powered monster in Kent

08/10/2007» Biofuels drive could cause more harm than good

05/10/2007» A following wind for clean energy

04/10/2007» 'Stitch-up' nuclear consultation exposed in new video

03/10/2007» Reef protection stepped up a gear

02/10/2007» Government's advisors give thumbs up to Severn Barrage

01/10/2007» Nearly 500 US cosmetics 'unsafe'

27/09/2007» Howard downplays climate risks to farmers

26/09/2007» Biotech lobbies against environmental protection laws

24/09/2007» Energy 'too cheap', says Scottish & Southern

21/09/2007» Milk cartel accused of price fixing

20/09/2007» No more greenwash, groups tell Government

19/09/2007» EU policy puts us all at risk from particulates

18/09/2007» GM set to make comeback

14/09/2007» US Chief Scientist says world could become 'unliveable' under global warming

12/09/2007» Adriatic sea could become a dead marine island

11/09/2007» Scrap biofuels target, say Friends of the Earth and OECD

10/09/2007» 'Sham' consultation records 46 per cent in favour of nuclear power

07/09/2007» New nuclear consultation a 'sham'

06/09/2007» Scientists show E-numbers link with hyperactivity

05/09/2007» Arctic ice cover at new low

04/09/2007» Europe threatens to sue UK over sulphur dioxide levels

29/08/2007» Brits holiday closer to home

28/08/2007» Tuna stocks at record low

24/08/2007» Government pulls plug on local renewables policy

23/08/2007» US accused of suppressing climate change reports

21/08/2007» Embracing the waters

20/08/2007» Arctic sea ice free by 2030, say scientists

17/08/2007» Judicial review launched as oil project threatens whales

16/08/2007» Biofuels not the answer, conference told

14/08/2007» Trees shouldn’t be sold as carbon offsets, says study

13/08/2007» Canada and Russia are leading the stampede for a wealth of oil and gas exposed as climate change melts the Arctic sea-ice.

13/08/2007» Plane Stupid protestors board Airbus barge

10/08/2007» Plastics chemical found in human tissue at high levels

07/08/2007» 'One-box' recycling doing more harm than good

07/08/2007» Corked?

06/08/2007» Brown demotes Energy and Environment Committee

03/08/2007» BAA injunction climb down

02/08/2007» EU halts road through Poland

01/08/2007» Potentially poisonous printers petrify Trade union

31/07/2007» Campaigners outraged at escalating costs of road widening

30/07/2007» Eco-home ruled a danger to dormice

27/07/2007» Environmentalists sue over US coal subsidies

26/07/2007» Rising ozone levels could stunt plant growth

23/07/2007» Government committee critical of airline's carbon offsets

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