The pandemic has exposed the fragility of UK food supply chains, and decisions made now could either increase or reduce future risk, argues WWF UK CEO Tanya Steele
Report warns that investors must put their clout behind emerging innovative technological solutions, such as offshore closed cage systems and onshore recirculating aquaculture solutions, for the industry increase production supply through 2030.
Single-use plastics are helping keep people safe during the Covid-19 pandemic, but creating new challenges for governments in dealing with the waste problem
RSBP and WWF urge government to capitalise on post-Brexit trade deals as well as the Agriculture and Environment Bills to cut deforestation from the UK’s supply chains.
'Farming is going to have to change': NFU President Minette Batters on net zero, changing diets, and Brexit
Net zero can help farmers 'build a better, climate smart business' Batters tells BusinessGreen, but major challenges lie ahead
AMTE Power and Britishvolt talk up project – reportedly worth £4bn – to feed growing demand for electric vehicles and battery storage
A new Greenpeace report notes that Microsoft, Amazon and Google are undermining their public carbon commitments through by providing services that allow oil and gas firms extract fossil fuels from the earth.
Two major new reports today have highlighted how relatively modest policy reforms and financial innovations could turbocharge UK decarbonisation efforts and provide thousands of construction jobs
Bolsonaro-backed bill – scheduled to be decided today – could lead to the deforestation of an additional 16,000 square kilometres of the Earth's largest rainforest, according to NGO Imazon.
Surge in number of top businesses requiring suppliers to report on their environmental impacts
Differences on regulatory alignment between EU and UK expected to come to head in next month's talks
Coffee capsule brand launched aluminium pods made using 80 per cent recycled aluminium
New report from Just Eat and the Sustainable Restaurant Association notes that while restaurant food waste is up during the coronavirus lockdown, takeaway consumers' attitudes towards food waste is showing signs of improvement.
BRE announces most significant update to leading sustainable buildings standard in five years
The seafood giant explains how partnerships are at the heart of its Sustainable Development Goal strategy
Project designer for £7m council minewater district heating project set to heat “fuel-poor homes” was appointed last week.
Green and ethical smartphone pioneer reveals plans for latest upgraded model
Transition Pathway Initiative research finds just two companies – Freeport and Grupo Mexico – are on track to keep warming under 2C by 2050
Heather Clancy takes the microscope to the tech giant's first foray into nature-based solutions
The coronavirus lockdown may have led to a fall in emissions, but assumptions that home-working automatically cuts carbon could prove to be wide of the mark
Employees in the energy, transport, food and drink, waste, and water industries to join list of workers eligible for priority testing
Offices, shops, and hotels are still using roughly 84 per cent of their typical energy demand during lockdown, according to findings from energy performance consultants Carbon Intelligence
Deal with Race Point offshore wind farm will cover 50 per cent of Nestlé UK’s power consumption