C'mon in, feel free to take a look around, make yourself comfortable and all that.
After almost a year of life as blog BusinessGreen was beginning to feel a bit cramped and has decided to move to a shiny new abode.
As you can see everything is a good deal more spacious than before allowing us to bring you a whole lot more green business news, analysis, interviews, opinion and best practice advice.
We've also got several new features in the form of video Q&As and seminars and a monthly Eco-Entrepreneur podcast that will see us interview the UK's leading green business entrepreneurs. Keep an eye (or should that be an ear) out for our inaugural interview with Dale Vince, OBE and chief executive of green energy supplier Ecotricity, later this month.
On top of that a range of new forums should make it easier for you to have your say and share your green business experiences and opinions with your peers, while our evolving resources page should provide a window on some of the best green business advice on the web.
And don't worry, we haven't abandoned blogging altogether – the BusinessGreen blog will remain and become the home for our frequent musings and enraged rants on all things green.
To help launch the new look site we've drafted in some high profile figures to give their views on the green business movement. Both Conservative and Lib Dem shadow environment secretaries, Peter Ainsworth and Chris Huhne, will offer their opinions on the role business can play in driving the low carbon economy in the next week, while serial entrepreneur and star of TV's Dragon's Den Doug Richards will give his take on the current climate for green investment.
Finally, and most importantly, I'd like to thank all our readers for their continued support throughout the last year and say feel free to let us know what you think of the new site and any of its content. We'll do our best to respond and resolve any teething problems we encounter as quickly as possible.
The green business agenda has never been more important or more complicated, and the only way to tackle those complications and begin to develop the best practices and standards required to drive the transition towards an environmentally sustainable economy is through open and honest debate. One of the many beauties of the web is its ability to enable that debate and as such if you have a view on any of the material at BusinessGreen just let us know.
Equally, if there is an exciting green technology or trend you think others need to know about, just go ahead and post in our forums or let us know directly by emailing [email protected].
Thanks again and see you soon,
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