02 Jul 2015 James Murray's speech to the BusinessGreen Leaders Awards reflects on another year of success for the green economy
01 Jul 2015 It may not often be framed as such, but the Paris Summit promises to be one of the biggest business stories of our generation. BusinessGreen will be striving to make sense of the implications for the green economy
30 Jun 2015 The last government kicked too many crucial climate policy decisions into this parliament, now it is time for Amber Rudd to put the green economy back on track
18 Jun 2015 The confusion surrounding the government's clean energy policy has today plumbed new depths - what is needed is a genuine commitment to cost-effective decarbonisation
11 Jun 2015 With tiered divestment fast emerging as one of the most influential investment trends in recent history, fossil fuel majors would be wise to adapt their business plans accordingly
02 Jun 2015 The global Apollo Programme is not just an inspiring clean tech vision, it is good politics -governments would be wise to embrace it
22 May 2015 As a new father, what can any of us do faced with the credible warnings 'humanity is in for some awful shit'?
21 May 2015 Be the catalyst for change – Be at Delivering Sustainability: Culture & Capability
20 May 2015 Are environmental labelling and information schemes driving eco-innovation - and better business?
15 May 2015 The post-election pursuit of aspirational voters and the centre ground is hopelessly simplistic, but if this is the narrative green businesses should promote their obvious part in it
11 May 2015 With memories of climate sceptic cabinet ministers with responsibility for climate adaptation still raw, green business leaders will be delighted to see Amber Rudd promoted at DECC
08 May 2015 The Lib Dems and Labour helped push the green economy up the political agenda, they must now work with the Conservative government to make sure it stays there
08 May 2015 The green economy faces significant uncertainty as a Tory government with a wafer thin majority faces a host of energy and climate policy challenges
07 May 2015 Demand for green products is growing fast, accompanied by explosive growth in the number of environmental labels and schemes. Should oversight come from government, business or NGOs?
06 May 2015 Labour has not done nearly enough to win over the business community, but it still holds out the promise of stronger green investment
05 May 2015 The Tory stance on environment and energy issues has been wilfully vague, it leaves green-minded voters fearful of a nightmare scenario for the low carbon economy
01 May 2015 The Lib Dems are on the ropes, but a second coalition remains a distinct possibility - will the party fight even harder for its green goals this time around?
30 Apr 2015 In the first of a series of blog posts on the election campaign, James Murray asks if the Green surge has delivered
30 Apr 2015 The next government could deliver a golden age for green businesses or condemn the UK to a position amongst the world's climate reckless pollutocrats - every vote matters
29 Apr 2015 The solution to climate change is not to abandon our use of essential products but to focus on ways we can improve them
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