Ulf Bengtsson, Centrica's group head of talent, resourcing, learning & employee experience, outlines how an empowered workforce can help drive a shift in sustainability
Inside the London Power Tunnels: How the UK energy sector is striving to recruit 400,000 people to power the net zero transition
Some 117,000 new recruits will be needed within the next decade if the UK is to decarbonise power and heat networks in time for 2050
Ethical veganism is now considered a protected belief in English law, so how vegan-friendly is your workplace?
Canteens at firm's New York and New Jersey offices will boost number of plant-based meal options, cutting out meat entirely every Monday
Reports of climate grief are rising, but there are many low or no cost things businesses can do to support staff, explains UKCP's Sarah Niblock
Sustainability lead for the jean giant has gone from summer camp counsellor to 'Captain Planet'
Reserve your place now at the latest BusinessGreen Leaders Briefing: Towards Net Zero Buildings and Infrastructure
Heat stress linked to climate change is set to have a massive impact on global productivity and economic losses, UN warns
Pret's director of strategy and sustainability talks teleportation, nuclear fusion and carbon taxes for food
An eco-psychology retreat is launching in the Scottish Highlands this year, with the aim of helping stressed out executives 'rekindle their inner fire' - BusinessGreen's Madeleine Cuff went to try it out
UK needs urgent rethink of approach to renewables if decarbonisation is to boost jobs and ensure a Just Transition, argues Sue Ferns of Prospect
Greta Thunberg has called for a global general strike in September - including adults - to push for urgent climate action - how should green businesses respond?
Karen Lawrence, commissioner on the London Sustainable Development Commission, reveals what's happening behind the scenes in the capital's tech scene to boost gender diversity
'Hertfordshire Innovation Quarter' hopes to lure environmental technology, agri-tech, and modern construction companies to new low-carbon 'Enterprise Zone'
The food and drinks giant's vice president for sustainability on renewable energy, green supply chains and why hypnosis could be the secret to saving the planet
Sustainable Restaurant Association serves up menu of three key areas - plastics, food waste, and meat consumption - for hospitality and food service sector to tackle
More than 500 film and TV students at 10 UK universities to benefit from new green educational courses
To keep pace with growing demand, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group is developing electric forklift trucks designed to maximise warehouse efficiency
Business Secretary expresses 'frustration' at Honda's decision to close Swindon car plant, as Corbyn touts Labour plans for 'large-scale' green investment
The investment giant's head of responsibility on time travel, artificial intelligence, and the secret to smart investing
Women, people with disabilities and ethnic minorities are still under-represented in the energy sector
Powered by renewables, IKEA Greenwich offers upcycling workshops, electric van deliveries and a rooftop garden - but is it the future of retail?
However large or small a company is, there are simple ways to cut its environmental impact and boost employee wellbeing, argues Claire McLoughlin from the UK Health Alliance on Climate Change
Being sustainability advisor for the Duke of Marlborough's historic residence involves trips to Russia, chats with Al Gore, and leading the charge on green tourism