New tool will give companies a free assessment of their progress towards more circular business models
Eight-week festival to bring artists, scientists, and businesses together to 'explore ways to live in better harmony with our planet'
Turbine manufacturer says it will cut its carbon footprint by 55 per cent by 2025 and hit 100 per cent by 2030, promising carbon neutrality 'with no offsets'
Construction and property development firm pledges to be zero waste and zero carbon within five years
Frugi expands eco-friendly empire with acquisition of TotsBots and its sister reusable sanitary products brand Bloom & Nora
Ethical veganism is now considered a protected belief in English law, so how vegan-friendly is your workplace?
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Move comes just a month after the firm was accused of being 'full of greenwash' by former US Vice President Al Gore
Carbon footprint data displayed on packs will signal to consumers how planet-friendly each product is
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Starbucks is experimenting with fresh ways of encouraging its customers to order their coffee in a reusable rather than disposable cup
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The veteran political campaigners drew parallels between the climate activism of young people like Greta Thunberg and anti-apartheid activism in the 1980s
Shareholders worth more than £100bn are calling on Barclays to phase out the provision of financial services to energy firms that remain unaligned with the Paris Agreement
The Royal College of Physicians is joining a growing number of UK health organisations that are divesting from fossil fuel companies
Soy patty will be cooked on the same grill as beef burgers, ruling it out for many vegetarians and vegans
Michelle Lemaître, head of sustainability of the International Olympics Committee, talks recycled medals, electric vehicles, and carbon neutral buildings
Move is to highlight carbon impact of fashion photo shoots, according to editor
It was a very good year, except when it wasn't, writes GreenBiz chairman and executive editor Joel Makower
First Tesla EVs finished in Shanghai, Austria's Green Party enters government, Germany cuts rail fares for climate, and all the top green business news from around the world this week
New £5m virtual data centre utilising cutting edge satellite technology could help lower risk of climate impacts, government claims
A huge number of food retailers are offering meatless menus, marking the start of a decade of disruption for British food and agriculture
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