Despite its luxury cachet, many of Afghanistan's cashmere farmers still live in extreme poverty - Fashion giant Burberry has teamed up Oxfam and PUR Projet to try and change things for the better
EXCLUSIVE: How the organic tea company plans to cut emissions 'from crop to cup' and become an 'A* green business'
Eradicating poverty may seem like one of the most daunting tasks set by the Sustainable Development Goals, but with these pointers from the experts businesses can help lead the way
The first Sustainable Development Goal aims to end poverty by 2030 - but what can green business do to help meet this daunting goal?
'It's about working towards a direction that is commonly agreed,' says Mario Abreu, head of sustainability at the delivery giant
VIDEO: Grow Bristol delivers fresh leafy greens grown in a shipping container to city shops and restaurants by bike
Billions upon billions of products and consumers served
VIDEO: 250 staff at Ørsted's Grimsby site work day in, day out to maintain and operate hundreds of offshore wind turbines off the UK coast
VIDEO: The UK's first dedicated electric vehicle factory opened near Coventry last year, where 750 staff work to build electric black taxis
Scottish farmer Pete Ritchie has embraced growing demand for organic produce and is reaping the rewards
Mark Elliott explains how a role caring for one of the UK's only beaver families highlights the growing opportunities the conservation sector can offer
VIDEO: Staff at Rype Office turn old desks, chairs, and carpets into new office furniture, saving money and delivering environmental benefits
VIDEO: London-based e-cargobikes.com's riders deliver goods in busy urban areas on electric-assisted bicycles, saving time, money and pollution
Helen Farr-Leander, founder of Surrey-based vegan wallet brand Watson & Wolfe, lifts the lid on her work as a sustainable fashion entrepreneur
They're embracing partnerships to develop secondary retail apparel sources for consumers
BusinessGreen explores how the pledge to 'build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation' will play out for the business community
Alstom launched the world's first hydrogen powered passenger train in Germany last month, and it has a plan to bring green trains to the UK
The BusinessGreen guide explores the pledge to 'promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all'
We've seen surges of commitments from corporations. Can other sustainability initiatives use the same goals to be successful?
The UN's Sustainable Development Goals will change the world for the better, but only if businesses play a full role
BusinessGreen Leaders Briefing: With Mark Carney's backing there are signs corporate climate disclosure is gathering momentum, but there's a long way to go
What's swirling at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco?
New research suggests that renewables could have a greening effect on one of the world's largest deserts
As the renewables market accelerates, can we find a way to make PV cells sustainable?