Head of sustainability at Chivas Brothers, the drinks firm behind spirits such as Ballantine's and Plymouth Gin, sits down with BusinessGreen for a vegan lunch at Notting Hill's Farmacy
Food giant says new onshore wind farm will power half of its factories, offices, and warehouses in the UK and Ireland
Retailers sign up to CDP programme, promising to work with their suppliers to cut carbon emissions
Carpet giant's entire range has now secured carbon neutral status across its complete product lifecycle
Packaging giant's group vice president of development Steven Stoffer on milking cows, working in 'for-profit sustainability', and why his superpower would be to have 'frosty breath'
BusinessGreen sits down with GFG Alliance's Jay Hambro to talk 'radical' biomass, tidal troubles, and the growth of green steel
Walmart's senior vice president of global sustainability Laura Philips on teamwork, targets, and unwinding on two wheels
Campaigners argue labelling schemes certifying provenance of textiles, fish and palm oil are 'failing the environment and consumers'
Hospitality giant to stock cohort of mid-range and budget hotels with natural coloured towels, robes and bedlinens in bid to cut carbon footprint
In its first sustainability report the world's largest sugar producer promises all its plastic packaging will be reusable, recyclable, bio-degradable or compostable by 2030
World's largest brewer claims it can make fizzy beer without needing to boil water and hops
Mexican fast food chain promises to divert half of restaurant waste away from landfill by 2020
World's third-largest agri-business launches 'Living Landscapes' strategy, setting out ambitious plans to regenerate natural environment
Shoppers in France can use AR app to find out information on where their rice has come from
Fast food giant is the first major restaurant company to join the initiative
Last February the French government passed a law requiring firms to prove vigilance over environmental risks in their supply chains - but has the regulation delivered a step change for CSR or just an avalanche of paperwork?
Bank of England governor warns that world's oceans face extinction unless market failure in their governance is corrected
C40 research reveals cities may have a 60 per cent larger carbon footprint than previously estimated
New platform set to help financial institutions uncover their exposure to environmental risks from palm oil, soy, cattle trading and timber, amid deforestation fears
Campaign group Changing Markets Foundation claims two viscose factories in Indonesia and India used by various UK fashion retailers are causing local air and water pollution
Clothing brand promises wood-based fabrics like rayon and viscose will not come from endangered forests under new plan co-developed with the Rainforest Action Network
From more secure supply chains to a surge in cleantech innovation, the government's plan to reform farming subsidies post-Brexit has implications beyond the farmers' field
BT has found a business trigger point capable of delivering exponential carbon savings
EXCLUSIVE: Could BT's new contract clause change the game for supplier agreements?