What will happen to green standards, regulations and workers in the construction sector once the UK leaves the EU?
Green groups criticise Chancellor's failure to mention climate change and low carbon industry in Budget speech
National Solar Jobs Census reveals record-breaking job creation push during 2016
Jonny Hazell from Green Alliance urges for design stage circular economy thinking to be given priority in industrial strategy
New study reveals wind and solar sectors are growing their workforce at rate 12 times faster than the rest of the US economy
Paul Gosling predicts an eventful 2017 awaits for environmental and sustainability professionals
Joint statement calls for 'rebalancing' of the economy to one which provides enough good jobs while protecting the environment
New service will help innovative energy companies navigate the web of rules governing the UK energy market
Paul Gosling reveals his top tips for recruiting top green talent in a sustainability sector facing a skills crunch
Katie Kross tells GreenBiz how sustainability careers are evolving all the time
Just over eight weeks ago Dell closed a $60bn merger with data storage giant EMC – so what happens to the two firms’ sustainability strategies?
Educational body will work with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation to embed zero waste perspectives into teaching
Home appliance giant invests £885,000 in new Food Foundation to help chefs and ordinary consumers cook more sustainably
Low carbon policy landscape would boost private investment in the North, says green business group, pointing to significant potential for further growth in the region
Less than five per cent of yearly coal sector revenue would pay to retrain workers in the solar industry, study finds
UK-based group takes another step towards goal of creating global sustainability consultancy
Government-funded Transition Training Fund offering 340 places for oil and gas workers looking to pursue careers in renewable energy
Tasked with accelerating the low-carbon transition, the Energy Transitions Commission is bringing together a wide mix of views, from fossil fuel giants to climate activists - but what can business learn from its inclusive approach?
'Businesses everywhere are having to adapt to secure their own survival' says IEMA boss
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
Verisk Maplecroft's Dr James Allan argues creativity within procurement departments is being driven by external forces such as new environmental laws and technological change
RenewableUK's Maf Smith argues offshore wind could offer an employment lifeline for those oil and gas industry workers facing an uncertain future
New study argues UK green car industry could support 320,000 jobs, but only if government accelerates charging infrastructure rollout and skills development
New OurFuture.Energy website aims to encourage young people to consider a career in the fast-changing and increasingly sustainable energy industry