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Majority of 500 biggest companies incorrectly reports green data
(Mon 09/05)
Study of over 500 FTSE companies reveals that only a minority of companies are providing environmental statistics in line with Government guidance.

Study ranks Europe's 300 biggest companies on carbon emissions
(Tue 26/04)
Europe's 300 biggest companies have for the first time been ranked according to their Greenhouse Gas emissions.

Report highlights huge gaps in sustainability reports
(Wed 20/04)
Leading companies are failing to have sustainability statements independently verified, according to a new report by consultants at Carbon Smart.

Most global companies plan to increase cleantech budgets
(Tue 05/04)
Three-quarters of large international corporates plan to increase or significantly increase cleantech budgets between 2015 and 2014, according to Ernst & Young's second annual global survey of cleantech adoption.

Water shortage becoming growth risk for business, says report
(Mon 04/04)
The shortage of freshwater is not only becoming more and more of an ecological risk, but it also is rapidly becoming a major business growth risk, according to a new study by WWF and German development bank DEG.

Majority of UK homeowners want to install renewable energy
(Fri 01/04)
One year on from the launch of the UK’s Feed-in Tariff (FIT), new research reveals the majority of UK homeowners are open to solar technology and are aware of the positive benefits of the FIT payback scheme.

Worldwide clean energy investment tops record $243 billion
(Tue 29/03)
Global clean energy finance and investment grew significantly in 2010 to $243 billion, a 30 percent increase from the previous year, according to new research released by The Pew Charitable Trusts.

World first for GSK as it achieves global carbon certification
(Tue 29/03)
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has been awarded the world's first global climate change certification for its work on measuring, managing and reducing its carbon footprint worldwide.

9 in 10 businesses say they have felt impact of climate change
(Tue 22/03)
A global survey of companies has found 90 per cent of businesses say they have directly been affected by climate change in the past three years.

Companies turn to eco-innovation to tackle rising costs
(Tue 22/03)
Small and medium-sized businesses are looking to eco-innovation as the answer to rising cost of materials

Eco makover could deliver £6.6bn boost to UK economy
(Thu 17/03)
Britain could stand to gain £6.6 billion from a burgeoning green economy, says Home Economics, a new Energy Saving Trust report painting the economic picture of a shift towards green industry.

Business chiefs say energy efficiency regulation is wanted
(Mon 14/03)
While around half of executives say energy efficiency initiatives have helped improve their organisation’s bottom line in the past three years, and four in five believe that energy efficiency will play a more important

UK firms can save £23bn by boosting resource efficiency
(Sun 13/03)
British businesses can save around £23 billion a year by improving the way they use energy and water, and by reducing waste, according to new arch published by Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman.

Report assesses utility firms on green energy credentials
(Wed 09/03)
Centrica, EDF Energy, E.ON Energy and RWE npower are the power utilities best positioned to provide UK businesses with sustainable energy supply and services, according to a new report from independent analyst firm Verda

Businesses save costs and carbon by flying less, survey shows
(Thu 03/03)
Businesses are making a permanent commitment to fly less, according to new research published today by WWF.

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