M&S Chief Executive Sir Stuart Rose outlines his company’s stated ambition to become the world’s most sustainable retailer by 2015.
A crumbling hydro-electric plant in the Yorkshire Dales is to spark back into life to supply power to the national grid.
The world’s first independent carbon credit rating service has been launched in London as carbon trading gathers pace.
The greenest Geneva Motor Show ever hosts the launch of the “50 by 50″ initiative aimed at making cars worldwide 50 percent more fuel-efficient by 2050
A new study by the independent Energy Watch Group says amid oil price instability wind is becoming an increasingly competitive and cost-secure technology.
How do you balance the competing global demands for green fuel and cheap food? Features UK transport secretary Ruth Kelly and the IMF’s Simon Johnson.
Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever talks about doubling the size of the business in a sustainable way.
The Environment Agency is calling for the immediate development of carbon capture and storage for coal-fired power stations as part of a Green New Deal for the UK.
Hydrogen device cuts fuel bills and emissions for larger vehicles. The bolt-on system produces small amounts of hydrogen which helps engines to burn conventional fuels more efficiently.
Paul Polman CEO outlines how the company’s on-going commitment to sustainability makes sense both from a consumer and economic standpoint and that it drives innovation within the business.