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Beverage giant Coca-Cola has taken the next step in its pursuit of reducing its carbon footprint of the drinks in our hands by a third by 2020 with the launch of a new study examining why households recycle less than they say they do.
The recession and a slump in construction sent profits falling at leading sustainable waste management company Shanks Group Plc, years end results show.
Six energy firms – including three of the 'Big Six’ – are to be investigated by the energy watchdog after failing to meet targets on energy efficiency under Government initiatives to cut consumers bills and reduce carbon emissions.
Scottish energy management firm, Ewgeco, is looking to break into the US market following a near doubling in revenue and a fresh injection of cash.
Businesses should act now to reduce their supply chain emissions, the head of the climate change watchdog said today, as he warned the UK’s carbon emissions were rising, not falling.
Virgin Atlantic Airways is to become the first airline in the world to have its in-flight meals assessed for sustainability.
Revenue for global clean energy was nearly static in 2012, rising by a mere one per cent compared to 2011, despite a record year in energy deployment.
Construction company BAM Group topped the CRC Performance League Table, published last week, but its sustainability manager Jesse Putzel explains that, despite its shortcomings, it still has an important part to play in driving performance improvement.
The world's climate could be hijacked by a rogue country or wealthy individual firing small particles into the stratosphere, claims a warning that comes not from a new Hollywood movie trailer but a sober report from the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The London 2012 Olympic Games has earned its title as the 'greenest games ever’, achieving carbon savings of 400,000 tonnes, meeting key zero waste targets and demonstrating the business case for sustainability.
Long-awaited reforms to cut the administrative costs and complexity of the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) will bring about savings to participating organisations of £272 million between now and 2030, but will cost over £200 million in terms of lost energy savings, increased carbon emissions and reduced air quality.
Retailer Marks and Spencer has topped a research league table that analysed the extent and depth of carbon measurement and reporting at all of the UK's FTSE 100 list of leading companies.
Leading European companies announced job losses totalling more than 10,000 on Wednesday, underlining the scale of problems facing the continent's manufacturers.
Governments and businesses need to prepare for the possibility of at least 6oC of global warming by the end of the century, according to stark new analysis by PwC.
Justin King will on Monday underline Sainsbury's determination to become Britain's greenest grocer by submitting himself to a public grilling by sustainability experts as the supermarket announces initiatives including a £1 million investment in British farming research.