Dell's Louise Koch is looking for more businesses to join the tech giant's oceans plastics project
The electronic engineer shared a Nobel Prize for developing the first blue LED 25 years ago, but he tells BusinessGreen the potential of energy efficient lighting is far from fully realised
Leaked strategy document shows EU is not blinking when it comes to ensuring level playing field on environmental standards, further asserting its 'red line'
Yesterday's gathering of more than 450 investors in New York saw major announcements on climate finance
Latest report from ONS underscores rise of clean power and growing efficiency of UK economy
Labour's Kerry McCarthy argues that the government's approach to chemical regulation post-Brexit is jeopardising the health of the public, animals and the natural environment
The ability of the green economy to grow at nearly treble the rate of the wider economy is both good news, and massively disappointing
The end of financial short termism? How EU financial policy overhaul could spur green investment surge
EU's High Level Expert Group report on Sustainable Finance has set out a raft of crucial recommendations to boost green investment - but will they unlock the long term vision the sector needs?
Heat networks are the best kept secret in the energy industry, argues ADE's Tim Rotheray
As London prepares to break its annual legal limit for air pollution for 2018 within a month, the UK and others are facing growing pressure from Brussels to clean up their air
As TfL installs new rapid chargers for London's electric black cabs, Green Tomato Cars co-founder Jonny Goldstone wants a similar solution for the city's private hire fleet
Amid recent planning rejections for gas testing in England and questions over fracking firms' financial stability, green campaigners believe the tide is turning in their favour
Think tank Sandbag's analysis shows EU on right path to decarbonise power sector, but challenges remain - particularly on efficiency and in Eastern Europe
Elizabeth Swan from Withers & Rogers takes a closer look at the innovation driving plastic-free cosmetic scrubs
How much longer can Donald Trump's dangerous environmental philosophy be left unchallenged by media and public alike?
Government seeks to reassure businesses of continued alignment with environmental rules during transition period, as Lords slam 'flawed' withdrawal bill and energy trade risks
PwC's Jon Williams argues that CEO engagement with climate risk is welcome, but it needs to translate into meaningful management action
Major corporates marked out as leaders as action to cut supply chain emissions doubles in just 12 months - but suppliers' own supply chains aren't yet embracing the trend
Good Energy's Juliet Davenport explains why buying local is not just good practice for food shopping
Amid growing global concern about the impacts of plastic and other waste, the two global icons have a big appetite for change
The Transport Secretary is betting the farm on hydrogen trains, the problem is he appears to have no plan for delivering them
EEF's Roz Bulleid argues that despite reams of new government strategy papers on environmental and green business issues, some important details remain unresolved
BusinessGreen brings you the sustainable business highlights from the annual Davos Summit