From Dragon Islands to paper beer bottles, here are our top ranking stories of the year
Thanks to an upswing in political, corporate and public interest in all things green, this year BusinessGreen attracted more readers and subscribers than ever before. Here are the top 10 stories from the year, based on the number of readers.
Brewing giant unveils Green Fibre Bottle made from sustainably-sourced wood fibres, which it claims is fully bio-based and recyclable
Renewables and EVs on course to replace 40 per cent of demand for oil in next 25 years, according to new BNP Paribas analysis
New ultra-fast charger at Battersea petrol station promises to deliver up to 80 per cent charge in around 10 minutes
UK Research and Innovation has confirmed an initial investment of £18m in a programme to design a compact nuclear power station
Unilever, Nestle, P&G, PepsiCo, and many others join with TerraCycle to launch Loop, a service enabling household collection of empty packaging for refill or recycle
Long-time vegetarian and BusinessGreen deputy editor Madeleine Cuff has finally sampled the meatless, 'bleeding' burger - here's what she thought
Sportswear giant is hoping to reduce its environmental footprint through a pioneering new take-back scheme
Pioneer who has spearheaded M&S's market-leading sustainability strategy for 12 years will leave the company on 30 June
New plans for a tidal lagoon in Swansea Bay are 'credible and financially viable', according to report for Swansea Council
Paul Polman confirms plans for new organisation called Imagine which will focus on combating climate change and poverty
Delivered in partnership with Schroders, the Net Zero Investment Hub brings you all the latest news and analysis on rapidly evolving finance trends that are helping to drive the net zero transition
Hosted in partnership with Schroders, the new Net Zero Investment Hub brings together cutting-edge insights and analysis on how the world of finance is embracing the net zero transition
As part of the all-new Net Zero Investment Hub, Schroders' Andrew Howard and Seema Suchak explore six key areas that point to a changing role of the corporate sector in society in the face of 'inescapable truths'
In Sunday Times interview, BP chief executive admits that without new decarbonisation strategy the company would struggle to attract and retain top talent