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The UK Government has approved the smallest wind turbine yet under its Feed-in Tariff (FIT) renewable energy subsidy scheme.
Can games drive change for a sustainable world?Sophie Curtis toys with the future.
After more than a century lighting up the world, the switch will be flicked off across the EU for the final time on incandescent bulbs on Saturday as the phased ban on their sale is completed.
Energy giant E.ON has come out bottom in a customer satisfaction survey of Feed-in Tariff (FiT) suppliers conducted by YouGen, the independent renewable energy information service.
Struggling Danish wind turbine manufacturer, Vestas, is in talks with Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries over a possible rescue deal.
Isle of Wight residents are being given the opportunity to reduce their energy costs at the same time as invest in sustainable island projects through a new community energy scheme launched by utility giant SSE.
Marks and Spencer (M&S) has launched its latest 'closed loop’ product – a 100 per cent recycled glass vase.
Jeffrey Hollender tells Anna Simpson why sustainable solution number one has to be a new way of thinking.
A consortium has made a £520 million cash offer for Biffa, the debt-laden waste management group that has contracts with numerous local councils.
Health campaigners are urging the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to ban junk food and fizzy drink brands from future sporting sponsorship deals in a critical new report which says the committee has squandered the chance to create a positive health legacy from the London 2012 Games.
Martin Wright, editor in chief of Forum for the Futures' Green Futures magazine, reflects on the role of sponsorship – for the Olympics (and for the magazine).
Corporates fought for the chance to work on London 201. But will the Games help companies become better businesses. Robin Yapp reports.
British Gas has launched a service that enables customers to control their central heating remotely, claiming it could save households over £100 a year. It means people can use smartphones and tablets to adjust their heating while on the go.
While some companies are taking genuine steps to supply healthier food to their customers, there is a long way to go before this is universal.
A Hertfordshire-based start-up, which has launched a novel sustainable snack box for the workplace, is reporting high demand for its service.