To mark the relaunch of the BusinessGreen website after six years, we're asking leading figures for their view on what the green economy will look like in 2022 - first to gaze into their crystal ball is former energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey
Where will we be in six years? I'm broadly optimistic - but it may be a bumpy ride. The big picture drivers are on the side of green business - from climate science to the Paris Agreement, from public...
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Robertsbridge's Charles Secrett takes a tour d'horizon across the UK's green economy, and asks if mainstream businesses are ready for the disruption ahead