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Urban pollution sources such as factories and traffic have a measurable impact on the health of young people, according to novel research using "biomarkers" in Belgium
CHP and wind generators are facing penalties under the new electricity trading arrangement (NETA) which exceed the benefits of exemption from the climate change levy
Claims that municipal waste is growing by 3% or more per annum have been reinforced in the latest official statistics
Marks and Spencer is the latest retailer to have drawn up a strategy for minimising the use of hazardous substances in products
ALFED, trade body for the energy-intensive aluminium industry, is the latest organisation to offset carbon emissions by planting trees
Firms signing climate change levy agreements will not escape regulatory scrutiny on energy efficiency under the integrated pollution prevention and control (IPPC) regime
A framework to allow resource productivity to be considered by Treasury officials alongside capital and labour productivity has been drawn up by the Cabinet Office
Ministers have told the European Commission to draw up more realistic proposals to achieve rapid action on chemicals
The UK looks set to miss the EC target to recover at least 50% of packaging waste by 2001 by five to seven percentage points
A recent study sought to validate claims that good environmental performance is likely to benefit the bottom line
President Bush says he will give a lead on climage change - but his energy plan says otherwise
Poor maintenance at two nuclear stations led to unauthorised releases and fines totalling £100,000 for BNFL's Magnox subsidiary
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