Boasting some of the world's fastest moving climate SMEs, Iceland's start-up scene is on a hot streak. But how and why do firms from Europe's northern outskirts continue to punch well above their weight?
Running Tide successfully sinks biomass to depths of almost a mile off the coast of Iceland delivering open ocean carbon removal for the first time
Power Purchase Agreement will see frozen food supermarket supplied with renewable energy for the next 10 years from the Breach solar farm in Cambridgeshire
More than 1,000 firms have come together today to call on government to embed environmental and social responsibility in UK company law - BusinessGreen catches up with the Better Business Act campaign on its first anniversary
Managing director Richard Walker blames Ukraine invasion for temporary u-turn, but pledges to go back to using sunflower oil in on-brand products as soon as possible
Fresh cohort of CEOs in government's corporate advisory group feature many leading lights of the green economy
In part two of a series looking at Icelandic clean energy innovation, BusinessGreen explores mooted plans to turn emissions produced by plants across Europe into Iceland's bedrock
Consumer goods giant launches interactive platform to highlight dilemmas facing manufacturers as they work to curb environmental impacts in their supply chains