The day before Tony Blair addresses a key scientific conference on climate change in New Zealand, the British government has finally admitted what many long suspected, that - wait for it - it will fail to meet its often repeated manifesto commitment on cutting carbon dioxide emissions.
Good news from Britain's wind energy. It is set to exceed expectations with 50% more wind farms powering British homes and industry by 2010 than predicted four years ago, according to new figures published by the British Wind Energy Association (BWEA).
The European Parliament's Environment Committee has said that the EU must wean the transport sector off oil entirely within a generation.
I remember at the time of the Exxon Valdez spill that one of the Trustees of the Oil Spill Board said something like "Lawyers not yet born will work on this one".