The European Union is a step closer to restricting some uses of so-called "forever chemicals" next year, despite industry opposition.
A deadly “once in a century” storm in Canada has killed at least one person, and severed road and rail links around Vancouver.
Figuring out how, as a planet, we can eat more sustainably is going to be an ongoing issue as the world becomes more populated and the climate crisis intensifies.
There are “real problems” with the burning of wood pellets for energy, an environment minister has admitted, after the Telegraph revealed Britain will continue to burn the equivalent of 25 million trees a year, despite a pledge to end the destruction of forests.
The Flemish Environment Agency (VMM) is planning to conduct a large-scale study into the presence of PFAS, synthetic chemicals proven to be dangerous to people’s health, in the region’s groundwater.
Municipal leaders and political parties have called for government leadership over the growing issue of detection of the chemical PFOS in Danish wastewater.
Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is urging owners of domestic oil tanks to carry out regular maintenance checks to avoid environmental damage from fuel spillages this winter
Herefordshire’s first new wetland to absorb pollution from waste water, and so allow more homes to be built in the county, will be created near Leominster.