Building greener cities that boost social equity is a priority from coast to coast. But beware of urban resiliency as a 'land grab'
Backed by state funding alongside leading oil and gas firms, Norway is leading the world in carbon capture R&D at its Technology Centre Mongstad
The Nordic nation is pioneering an ambitious pipeline of CCS projects in the hope of sparking a new global industry into life
Mainstream investment firms are snapping up ESG specialists - has the market reached a tipping point?
Wave energy has endured decades of hype and disappointment, but one start-up thinks it has the answer: transforming wave power into coastal protection
Can Professor Dieter Helm deliver on his promise to "sort out the facts from the myths about the cost of energy"?
The outsourcing and construction services giant has set its sights on a raft of new resource use and carbon emissions targets - and it doesn't need industry initiatives to show it the way
The world's largest tuna company has responded to criticism of its practices, but does the new plan hold water?
BECCS technologies have been touted as a means of avoiding the worst impacts of climate change, but as James Dyke argues the costs of deployment would likely be gargantuan in scale
With meatballs, hotdogs and pasties now a key part of the IKEA shopping experience, the furniture giant is seeking to become a world leader in tackling food waste
The online retailer has set itself a goal to avoid 2.5 million tonnes of carbon emissions by 2020 by encouraging users to resell used clothes and electronics online
Deforestation has accelerated in the rubber-producing countries of Southeast Asia to feed global demand for tires. But Michelin and now General Motors have launched zero deforestation rubber procurement policies
The IMO's efforts to agree a bold climate strategy for the shipping industry is making slow progress, but, argues Ed King, a crunch meeting awaits this autumn
Head of alternative fuels at Shell's New Energies division sits down at the Cavendish Hotel's Petrichor restaurant to debate clean technologies and the pace of change in the oil and gas industry
Worried about the performance of electric supercars? Get with the times and just look at the specs, argues Chris Ebbert
All the photos from Wednesday's BusinessGreen Awards
Committee on Climate Change condemns current approach to construction across the UK, calling for better regulations to ensure buildings can deal with hotter, wetter weather
Richard Betts of the University of Exeter considers the risks Glastonbury could face from escalating climate impacts
Barbara Grady explores how three award-winning initiatives could transform the US power sector
Cars and buses fuelled by hydrogen are already driving on our roads, but can supporting infrastructure now help boost swifter take-up of the zero emission technology?
Innovation on a plate: What the green economy can learn from Silicon Valley's 'future food' fixation
BusinessGreen unpacks some of the ingredients that go into a winning start-up strategy
As well as transport and heating, hydrogen is being used for energy storage, grid balancing and to power factories in Germany
From Hawaii's Molokai to Samso, Denmark, islands are becoming a hotbed for experimentation with renewable energy, waste reduction and water conservation
The German government has helped fund the world's only hydrogen/electric plane prototype, but could it really be the future of passenger air travel?