The London High Court judgment on arsenic poisoning cases in Bangladesh explicity clears the way for affected people to claim compensation. Implicity, it raises other issues of far reaching consequence

In a landmark judgement, the High Court in London ruled against the British Geological Survey (BGS) in the claim brought by victims of arsenic poisoning in Bangladesh. The claimants contended that

The aim of the study is to identify any changes in incidence of schizophrenia in Camberwell, south-east London, between 1965 and 1997.

Ours is a corporate age. And amid the fertile arguments on how to tame and transform today's corporation, there is a sense that current era of business dominance is somehow unique. But there was a time when corporations really ruled the world, and among

officials of London's Luton airport have decided to charge a fee from passengers to combat the detrimental impact of their flights on the atmosphere. Those boarding their flight from the

The level of pollution due to vehicular emissions is falling throughout the UK

the Third European Conference on Environment and Health was recently organised in London. Ministers of health and environment from 51 countries, non-governmental organisations and professionals

Greenpeace helps in the manufacture of a biodegradable credit card minus its plastic content

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