Green business groups left baffled and frustrated by decision to withdraw over £1bn from flagship green home upgrade programme
Leading food brands step up efforts to deliver science based targets for nature
A close partnership between industry and government can accelerate the growth of the UK's offshore wind supply chain, writes RenewableUK chief executive Hugh McNeal
Solar plant at uniform provider's Manchester headquarters made possible by green loan from HSBC
The news the government is likely to claw back funding assigned to the Green Homes Grant scheme is the biggest blow yet to the credibility of the Prime Minister's green recovery promises, and it does not bode well for the UK's wider net zero strategy...
Seven commodities continue to fuel the destruction of the world's forests - how can they be stopped?
A new analysis by WRI has calculated the precise role of seven major agricultural commodities in driving global tree cover loss, but what can be done to turn back the tide?
Concerns rise that unspent funding underpinning embattled green home retrofit scheme will not be rolled over beyond March, despite myriad teething issues
BusinessGreen catches up with EN+ Group chairman and former energy and climate change minister, Lord Barker of Battle to discuss how the metals giant intends to slash its emissions by 35 per cent by 2030
Firm plans to begin rolling out 100 per cent recycled plastic bottles for select Coca-Cola, Sprite, Fanta and Dasani water brands in coming months
VIDEO: Head of sustainability at the 'invisible backbone' of the global supply chain sits down with BusinessGreen's James Murray to explain how the firm is helping its customers to drive net zero right across the value chain
Analysis of data from 8,000 firms disclosing to CDP reveals huge and growing costs of inaction to address climate and environmental threats to corporate supply chains
Environmental Audit Committee warns current sluggish rate of voucher issuance under the Green Homes Grant scheme means it would take another 10 years to meet the 600,000 home target set by the government
'It doesn't have to be this way': Could surging demand for EV batteries supercharge human rights fears?
Electric vehicle sales growth is generally cheered by environmentalists - but according to a new report from Amnesty International credible concerns remain over the potential for environmental harm and human rights abuses in the supply chain of the fast-expanding...
Label will provide Rio Tinto's customers with information on the carbon footprint, water use, recycled content, energy sources, and community investment associated with its aluminium
New goals in support of net zero by 2040 target are to take in Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions
Sausage and burger brand teams up with Vertical Future to build bespoke indoor farm at its headquarters in North Yorkshire
The site's design aims to encourage connection with nature, walking and cycling, and uses 100 per cent clean electricity to heat and cool buildings
Number of sign-ups to 31-day vegan eating challenge soars past previous records after pandemic brought impacts from food and farming systems into sharper focus
'We will be able to meet over 50 per cent of our CO2 targets for the supplier network, just by using green power'
The government's plans for Building Regulations are a step in the right direction, but they must go further and not hold local authorities back, argues the UK Green Building Council's Philip Box
Brazil, Liberia, South Korea, and the EU are among the 18 founding members of a new forestry protection coalition launched as part of the UK's COP26 preparations
Final official greenhouse gas data for 2019 revises down previous estimates slightly, with road transport still the UK's biggest emitter
Consortium launched late last week by Albert is set to provide forum for UK's leading broadcasters to share best practice on decarbonisation and climate-related content