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In trendy, hipster London or New York, it's all about juicing, vegan diets and snacking on kale crisps. Thousands of miles away, in Nairobi or Bogota, the middle classes are more likely to reach for roasted goat or a juicy steak.
Fewer than half (46 per cent) of the chief executives of the world’s largest companies say a binding agreement on climate change at the UN’s climate summit in Paris will push them to prioritise the issue, according to new research by PwC.
It’s territorial, chippy and punches above its weight – and that’s why Britons have voted for the robin to be the country’s national bird, according to the organiser of a nationwide poll.
Nearly a million people are employed in the green business sector in the UK, but few would realise it from the debates so far in the 2015 general election.
Milton Keynes-based Diamond Gas Electrical and Maintenance Services Ltd is a small, family-run heating and gas installation and maintenance company established in 2004 with a very clear mission: to provide a quality service to all its customers.
With more than 300 historic buildings and 250,000 hectares of land to look after, Britain’s largest charity the National Trust, spends more than £6 million each year heating and powering the places in its care.
Heating, plumbing and renewable energy specialist C Mitten is in rude health. The Brighton-based company has doubled its turnover and taken on 10 new employees over the past year.
Oxford Renewables faces a challenge familiar to many small businesses that want to grow: how to successfully break into the public sector supply chain?
For Modern Meadow, a food start-up making synthetic meat, the biggest challenge may be convincing consumers that great meat can come from a laboratory.
Sustainable Brands recently announced program details for its pan-European conference to be held at the Lancaster London, November 3-5.
Following the launch of the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and the release of a landmark new heat pump model, Cornwall-based Kensa Heat Pumps is going on the road to "demystify" ground source heat pump technology. Thomas McMullan finds out more.
For the past two weeks, graduates from countries covering France to Japan have been working with London’s top universities and businesses to develop ideas that may crack the future battle against climate change. Thomas McMullan reports.
A new breed of collectives is spearheading a "repair revolution" and opening up new opportunities for small businesses, reports Thomas McMullan.
Laptop-sized product monitors customer's energy usage and can cut it off in times of high demand – and the client gets paid for it.
There were high hopes that Brazil's World Cup mascot would create awareness around the country's biodiversity challenges, but he hasn't hit the mark.