NHS Sustainability Day campaign launches annual impact report as work continues by expert panel commissioned by NHS England to investigate into how and when the health service can meet net zero
The coronavirus crisis has not slowed the growing momentum behind the net zero building trend
JCB Jo Bamford sits down with BusinessGreen to discuss his plans to usher in the UK hydrogen economy through passenger buses
Shell and BP are writing down assets while a raft of US fracking firms are entering bankruptcy protection – change is coming to the fossil fuel industry faster than anyone expected
Heather Clancy asks if more corporates should emulate WeTransfer and Danone in joining the B Corp movement
Could the coronavirus crisis change the way we design green buildings?
The IEA has added to the avalanche of reports making the case for a green recovery - BusinessGreen explores the key principles that are emerging as governments weigh how to engineer a climate-focused stimulus
GreenBiz's Heather Clancy asks how the venture capital community might address its abysmal track record when it comes to funding entrpreneurs of colour
How does 'absolute zero' differ from 'net zero', and does it matter?
Single-use plastics are helping keep people safe during the Covid-19 pandemic, but creating new challenges for governments in dealing with the waste problem
Craik, managing director of the UK's first solar-powered recording studio, is remembered by friends and colleagues as a tireless champion for solar power who played an instrumental role in the campaign for the introduction of the solar feed-in-tariff....
From plastics to fashion, the US chemicals giant is innovating in pursuit of a new approach for managing the world's most ubiquitous materials
SDG17 calls on businesses and governments to actively partner in order to deliver sustainable development goals, but doing so is easier said than done
The seafood giant explains how partnerships are at the heart of its Sustainable Development Goal strategy
Heather Clancy takes the microscope to the tech giant's first foray into nature-based solutions
The coronavirus lockdown may have led to a fall in emissions, but assumptions that home-working automatically cuts carbon could prove to be wide of the mark
SDG17's vision of a sustainable future driven by cross-border partnerships has been under siege for the past four years, but is a change coming in the way governments and businesses tackle global challenges?
The stunning array of technologies emerging to decarbonize the world and make it more habitable for flora, fauna and humans goes far beyond cleantech 2.0
Editor of landmark IPCC reports – who famously called global warming "a weapon of mass destruction" – has passed away in his native Wales at the age of 88.
Fantasy or nightmare? If you look beyond extreme ideas such as space shades, there's much to like about this fast-evolving category of climate tech
Between video calls, collaboration applications and streaming services, data centers are working overdrive - proving why energy efficiency matters more than ever