Every action we make has some impact on the environment, whether positive or negative. This section focusses on the problems caused across the globe by human activity and seeks to inform people and inspire them to take action to help reduce climate change and make a difference before it’s too late.
The debates about climate change and its inevitability, our ability to prevent it happening and what we do to mitigate its effects if we fail to act are becoming more heated.
Every year, WWF organises Earth Hour.
Every year the post Christmas clean-up means finding a new home for all sorts of leftovers from the festive season.
Keele University is proud of its environmental credentials, offering a range of quality courses in sustainability and natural sciences, and having accreditation as a Fair Trade university to boot.
A new study published in the Environmental Science and Technology Journal has found that increasing the number of green walls in cities could help reduce levels of pollution.
Although not yet compulsory, a number of companies have voluntarily been auditing and reporting on their carbon emissions, and many companies are seeing the benefits, a report commissioned by the government has revealed.
Few of us know that while we think our machines are sleeping, they are actually leeching 25% of the power that they consume from us.
Five weeks into the oil leak caused by an explosion at a BP oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico, and a number of unsuccessful attempts at plugging the holes in the pipework later, BP's latest solution, 'top kill', has managed to stop the flow of oil and natural gas.
If you've not heard of 10:10, the campaign to cut carbon emissions by 10% in 2010, then listen up.
A report compiled by the Environment Agency has revealed that despite improvements in quality over the past 20 years, three quarters of the rivers in the UK are not up to new EU water quality standards.
Jamie Oliver's new TV Series 'Jamie's American Roadtrip' will be the first carbon neutral TV show to be shown anywhere in the world.
Deforestation has long been known to be a crime against the planet and of serious detriment to the environment.
After three years of campaigning for stronger commitments in reducing carbon emissions, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland's work has paid off.
Following the intervention of President Barack Obama signing a Presidential Memorandum requesting the Environmental Protection Agency to review the decision to deny the greenhouse gas waiver request submitted by California.