Sales at Soho pilot store remain higher than before its vegetarian-only conversion, company reveals
Survey reveals significant levels of public support for brands that boast strong sustainability credentials and social purpose
Trewin Restorick wonders if it is possible to make the case for less meat-intensive diets without sparking howls of outrage from meat-lovers?
Number of internet searches for terms related to air pollution has leapt up in the past 10 years, study shows
UWE Bristol signs up to 100 per cent green electricity tariff with EDF from October
Survey shows nearly eight out of 10 of those who have a smart meter would recommend getting the device
Healthcare giant plans to boost product recycling rates and renewable energy use at its facilities
Advertisements for second hand electric vehicles enjoy massive surge compared to 2014
Accenture survey finds a strong discrepancy between attitudes of younger and older Brits towards clean tech products
Professor Phil Taylor argues any attempt to encourage smart meter engagement needs to account for the huge diversity of consumer needs
ClientEarth's Josh Roberts predicts community energy projects can play a major role in engaging people with the clean energy they use
New study suggests companies should be careful not to brag about environmental "win-wins"
Consumer environmentalism offers people "feel good" solutions, but rarely delves into the deeper issues at play, says University of Oxford's Paul Jepson
Hubbub's Trewin Restorick argues the recent critical headlines aimed at the UK's coffee chains could have been avoided if the industry worked together to tackle the recycling challenges it faces
Former energy and climate change minister appointed as head of sustainability practice at B2B advertising agency gyro
Leaked European commission document calls for wide-ranging debate on how to keep global warming to 1.5C
Hubbub announces launch of litter-fighting ballot bins following successful social experiment
CDP's Dexter Galvin explains how business can benefit by increasing their supply chain's commitment to sustainability
Trewin Restorick warns businesses need to face up to the public perception challenge they are confronted with
Analysis of social media posts over last three years reveals massive spike in positive chatter around climate action and green growth
IKEA ends solar distribution partnership with Hanergy, which is under investigation by Hong Kong's stock market regulator
Steffen Böhm and Annika Skoglund explore the business case for commercial organisations adopting the tactics of environmental campaigners
Windsor and Maidenhead residents who recycle food waste are to be rewarded with discounts in latest attempt to cut waste sent to landfill
The vast majority of CEOs are committed to taking action to tackle climate change for both moral and commercial reasons, but are they making action to cut emissions a board-level priority?