Autodesk, UBM, and Host Hotels and Resorts latest join global initiative, as total number of firms committed to science-based emissions goals rises to 168
What lies ahead for the UK's green business community – and what can policy makers and business leaders do to quell the nerves?
Food and drinks giant reports strong progress against 2015 waste, water and emissions targets, but struggled to curb energy intensity of manufacturing operations
Member states reduced emissions 24 per cent in 2014 compared to 1990 levels
Move towards renewable energy and away from coal power helped stall emissions growth last year but slowdown may be temporary, says oil giant
EEF's Richard Warren argues there is little reason for industry to be concerned about the impact of an ambitious new carbon budget on competitiveness - in fact it could provide a boost to UK manufacturers
Metro AG, Toyota, and Ben & Jerry's among 41 companies who have signed up to the Science Based Targets initiative since December
Experts gathered this week at BusinessGreen’s Leaders Forum event in London to discuss key strategies for unearthing and addressing environmental issues buried deep in supply chains
BusinessGreen talks to Michael Dickstein, Heineken's director of global sustainability, on how the brewing giant is taking a novel approach to curbing its environmental impacts
Tech giant's latest supplier responsibility report claims energy efficiency programme stopped thousands of metric tons of carbon from being released last year
Signatories of voluntary agreement committing to new waste and resource targets, include Tesco, Sainsbury's, Unilever, and Nestle UK
With new plans to cut emissions by 85 per cent by 2045 and offset the rest abroad, the Scandinavian country is demonstrating how green ambition can be ratcheted up post-Paris
Corporate reporting body hopes new membership programme will further boost transparency on sustainability issues
IAG boss Willie Walsh sets new per passenger emission target and calls for global deal on aviation carbon emissions
Scandinavian country plans to cut its own emissions by 85 per cent and offset the rest abroad
The Supreme Court's decision to stay the Clean Power Plan while legal action is heard is less than ideal, but it will barely make a dent in US clean energy investment
Environment (Wales) Bill commits country to slashing emissions by 80 per cent by 2050, and puts natural environment at heart of policy making
Plan will give full details of government's new policy approach, Rudd tells business leaders
Coalition of more than 30 German businesses demands an overhaul of EU climate and energy policy in the wake of Paris Agreement
EXCLUSIVE: Operator of CrossCountry trains and the London Overground also commits to reducing its energy and water consumption and upping its share of renewables
Kellogg and Enel among 114 companies whose carbon pledges have been approved by Science Based Targets initiative
The Bank of England Governor suggested businesses should set science-based targets, but is he being realistic?
Parliament to offset unavoidable emissions from 2016, making it the first EU institution to become 'carbon-neutral'
New EEA report shows the European Union surpassed its 2020 target last year