Orange have a freestanding wind powered mobile phone charging station, giving Glastonbury revellers no excuse not to keep in touch with their friends, relay their favourite stories from the festival and of course ask the inevitable question – ‘where are you?’
Judith Freane at Brown Cow Organics took home the Small Business category award at the Triodos Women in Ethical Business Awards 2008. Brown Cow Organics specialises in the very best in local, fresh organic food from beef to yoghurt as well as original cowhides.
We don’t know what the price of oil or carbon will be in the future. Or the cost to the environment. But we can make a meaningful comparison between very different energy resources like wind, oil and gas by focusing on the cost of energy.
One of four scenarios exploring what the world will be like for the fashion industry in 2025. A world of political collaboration and global trade. ‘Slow fashion’ is in vogue, and high street brands compete on sustainability credentials. People own fewer, but higher quality clothes.
Sharing renewable energy and integrating this into electricity systems will help meet the global demand for more energy with a lower carbon footprint.
M&S Chief Executive Sir Stuart Rose outlines his company’s stated ambition to become the world’s most sustainable retailer by 2015.
The Global Eco Tourism Conference to be held in Noosa, Queensland, Australia
Australian beer brewing giant Coopers have built a co-generation plant for independent power production allowing them to reduce their carbon footprint by 50% whilst doubling their production output.
Barclays ‘Spaces for Sports’ is investing 30 million pounds to create sustainable sports facilities in communities across the UK. This film follows Barclays’ work creating a BMX and skate park in the Midlands, UK.