James Murray previews the main areas of interest for green businesses ahead of budget 2012
It is a fairly safe bet the green element of tomorrow's Budget is unlikely to dominate the headlines. With the rows over the 50p tax rate, the mooted "Tycoon tax", and the effectiveness or otherwise of...
REN21 report reveals global scale of renewables industry, with 2015 proving a record year for investment, installations and policy launches
BusinessGreen talks with the one-woman marketing powerhouse who has helped transform Procter & Gamble from a ‘shy’ multinational to one more honest about its sustainability progress – the good and the bad
Move means leading brands such as Fairy will eliminate phosphates – which cause algal blooms that damage aquatic life – by 2017
Industry experts criticise Vote Leave's claims Brexit would mean cheaper energy bills, suggesting it would actually lead to higher prices and increased carbon emissions