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Among the obstacles in the way of the triumph of renewable energy, one stands out: the lack of cheap, efficient means to store power. Now, it could just be starting to crumble. Matt Scotland and Caspar Henderson report.
A new dynamic between consumers and brands could be a real catalyst for change, says Emily Pacey.
Oliver Balch finds out how the food and drink industry is rising to the challenge of dry times.
A few weeks ago Debonair Design opened its first eco showroom. The design and build company, based in Ealing, west London, has spent the last 15 years developing new residential builds and refurbishing and extending existing ones – and in the last three years, the company’s focus has turned increasingly to green building and eco-living.
A former piece of wasteland in Essex has been transformed into a fishing attraction, wildlife haven and model green business – with a little help from the University of East London and FLASH, a green business programme for London SMEs.
Are you an employer in the construction industry looking to upskill your workers in sustainable construction? Do you want to learn more about the Apprenticeships in Sustainable Constrution?
The Government’s flagship initiative, launched on October 1st, heralds the beginnings of a retrofit programme that will present enormous opportunities for businesses in 2013 and beyond.
Bob McDonald on the importance of innovation in sustainability, the values of the world's largest consumer goods company and how it can grow while being environmentally responsible.
Organised by The British Property Federation, the Dragon’s Den is one of the hotly anticipated parts of the Green Deal Summit at Retro Expo.
Can games drive change for a sustainable world?Sophie Curtis toys with the future.
FLASH, a free sustainability programme aimed at London-based SMEs, has helped building maintenance and cleaning start-up, Maintain Eco, learn how to use social networking to build its customer base.
Make sure you get the recognition you deserve by entering the Retro Expo Awards which are now open for business.
Some of the coolest companies on the planet are pioneering new business models which could just be the secret to a sustainable future. Martin Wright reports.
A series of free workshops on sustainable building run by the FLASH programme and aimed at London small businesses have proved "invaluable" for architect Margaret Reynolds.
Hundreds of people turned out for Energy Day at the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) this week.