BusinessGreen brings together all the news and analysis on how George Osborne's spending cuts will impact green businesses
On October 20 2010, Chancellor George Osborne published his Comprehensive Spending Review detailing how the coalition governnent plans to tackle the deficit.
The proposed spending cuts and related policy announcements will have major implications for the low carbon economy and green businesses.
In this series of articles BusinessGreen rounds up the main announcements from the day, and analyses how the low carbon economy will fare once the coalition's austerity measures begin to bite.
The government's failure to act on fashion waste is damning evidence Ministers do not yet comprehend the environmental crisis, but businesses need to be aware reforms will come eventually
Finance and green building sectors will need to work closely together to develop market for energy efficient mortgages, according to new report from the World Green Building Council
UK Energy Research Centre study analyses extent of disruption that will be necessary across heat, transport, power, and construction sectors to meet climate goals
Current plans fall short of 2030 targets, official European Commission assessment warns