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BusinessGreen frequently publishes articles from the inhouse editorial team as well as leading freelance environmental and business journalists.

If you have queries about any of these articles please contact BusinessGreen editor James Murray at james.s.murray@incisivemedia.com.

Articles by BusinessGreen staff

Nissan e-NV200 electric van

Video: Ergro takes on the Nissan e-NV200 £2 challenge

A leading building and building services engineering group is the latest UK business to put the groundbreaking e-NV200 through its paces

31 Oct 2014

London Array offshore wind turbine

Green Investment Bank marks second birthday by passing £5bn milestone

Prime Minister hails bank's work to cut emissions and boost green energy investment, as first energy efficient datacentre project is unveiled

31 Oct 2014

Smoking chimney emitting pollution

We've got an EU 2030 deal, what now?

Roz Bulleid of the EEF offers five proposals to help ensure the EU meets its new energy and climate change targets

31 Oct 2014

Nestlé palm oil - the journey so far

In 2010 Nestlé made a public commitment to have no association with deforestation - Benjamin Ware, Nestlé’s manager of responsible sourcing, explains how the multinational is working towards that goal

30 Oct 2014

We must work with businesses to stamp out deforestation

Justine Greening underlines the government's commitment to helping communities around the world phase out deforestation

30 Oct 2014

Giant offshore wind farm hits power target earlier than expected

Ed Davey opens 389MW West of Duddon Sands wind farm, after project achieved full power two and a half months ahead of schedule

30 Oct 2014

Poll again puts Greens ahead of Lib Dems

Second poll in as many weeks suggests Green Party could overtake Lib Dems, fuelling demands for TV debate role

30 Oct 2014

Can we rely on voluntary industry action to drive deforestation out of supply chains?

Greenpeace's Andy Tait says companies should commit to traceable supply chains, but remember it is just a means to an end

30 Oct 2014

Between two worlds: People making progress in the middle ground

Scott Poynton of The Forest Trust highlights the growing unity between businesses and NGOs in tackling deforestation

30 Oct 2014

IKEA goes Dutch with solar retail offer

Retail giant extends Hanergy partnership to bring solar offer to the Netherlands

29 Oct 2014

10:10 renews call for a dose of climate optimism

ComRes poll suggests people more likely to back climate action if they are better informed about the clean technologies that can deliver decarbonisation

29 Oct 2014

International climate targets are great, but the future's local

John Alker of the UK Green Building Councils argues that international and national arguments over decarbonisation conceal the rapid progress being made at a local level

29 Oct 2014

Met Office £97m climate supercomputer 'to save £2bn'

Ministers say investment will make UK a world leader in climate science and enable better protection from extreme weather

28 Oct 2014

The key ingredients for successful green collaboration

Stephanie Draper of Forum for the Future outlines how companies can work together to solve industry-wide challenges

28 Oct 2014

Lord Mayor blazes a trail with electric 'limousine'

Lord Mayor of Newcastle-upon-Tyne takes delivery of all-electric Nissan Leaf, making George Pattison the first mayor in the UK to switch to an electric car

28 Oct 2014

RB hits zero waste to landfill mark in Europe and North America

Over 60 per cent of health and hygiene company's factories across the globe now achieving zero manufacturing waste to landfill

27 Oct 2014

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