The BusinessGreen Green Lunch with...
Check out our latest interviews with leading green business figures at some of the UK's top sustainable restaurants.
The UK boss of the renewable energy giant helps BusinessGreen celebrate Veganuary at high-end vegetarian restaurant Vanilla Black
The UK's low carbon business ambassador and Carbon Trust chair talks Brexit, lab grown meat, and offshore wind at the OXO Tower restaurant on London's South Bank
London's deputy mayor for environment and energy joins BusinessGreen for a pub lunch at the Roebuck in Southwark
The head of sustainability at the property giant joins us at the SkyGarden's Fenchurch Restaurant to talk fuel cells, skyscrapers, and the catalysing impact of the Paris Agreement
The chair of the Environmental Audit Committee joins us at The Thomas Cubbit to talk cycling, Brexit, and polar bear testicles
Vegetarian food and the politics of climate disclosure are on the menu for our lunch with Paul Simpson at Marylebone's The Gate
Head of alternative fuels at Shell's New Energies division sits down at the Cavendish Hotel's Petrichor restaurant to debate clean technologies and the pace of change in the oil and gas industry
The former Climate Change Minister joins us at Palomar to talk climate politics, environmental policy, and what businesses need to understand about Whitehall
One of the originators of the carbon bubble hypothesis joins BusinessGreen at Borough Market's Roast to talk climate risk, unburnable carbon, and sustainable diets
The co-author of the Prince of Wales' best-selling new book on climate change joins BusinessGreen at Westminster institution The Cinnamon Club
BusinessGreen samples Brigade's socially minded take on a modern bistro with the new Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd
BusinessGreen joins the Novozymes chief executive at Grain Store in London's King's Cross to talk biofuel, food security, and sustainability while sampling some 'veg-centric' dining
In the first of a new series of sustainable restaurant reviews, BusinessGreen ventures to Soho's Dehesa to talk about the future of green dining with the new boss at the increasingly influential SRA