Cynics are asking how long firms will continue with sustainability policies if the financial downturn bites harder. But, as BT's Dinah McLeod argues, a slowdown means green policies become more, not less important
It's true that times look tough. Thanks to the sub-prime crisis and the global credit crunch, many economies are in poor shape. Oil prices are continuing their upward spiral and rose by about 400 per cent...
BusinessGreen has been celebrating and highlighting the progress of the green economy for over a decade - but doing so has never been more important
Company says it aims to enrol over 100,000 small business customers to 100 per cent renewables backed power supply over the next 12 months
Only fraction of metals, minerals, fossil fuels, and biomass extracted each year is reused, tipping planet towards ecological disaster, report warns
Proposals unveiled to boost energy efficiency standards for new homes in bid to cut CO2, reduce bills and tackle fuel poverty