For the green economy
BusinessGreen's mission is to accelerate the growth of green business.
Our vision is that every business can, and eventually must, become a genuinely sustainable business.
Our goal is to inform, connect, and inspire businesses and organisations as they work to build a cleaner, healthier, and more prosperous economy.
We will ensure ambitious sustainability executives, green entrepreneurs, and policymakers have access to the up to date information, strategic analysis, and inspiring thought leadership they need to pioneer the next phase of global sustainable development and innovation.
BusinessGreen will seek to set the UK news agenda on green business issues each day by providing trusted news, analysis, and opinion on the fast evolving green economy, ensuring our audience receive balanced and accurate information on all the latest developments.
BusinessGreen will connect the key players in the transition to a greener economy, bringing together the business leaders, investors, entrepreneurs, campaigners, politicians, and policymakers who are pioneering the development of sustainable business models and clean technologies.
BusinessGreen will showcase the best of green business, highlighting both the grave environmental challenges organisations face and the immense opportunities offered by green business innovation.
BusinessGreen is committed to working with businesses and stakeholders of all stripes to catalyse the rapid evolution of sustainable business models and a green economy.
There is no long term development path available without green economic transformation. Our belief is that sustainable business can change the world for the better. BusinessGreen's mission is to play an important role in accelerating this change.
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