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New project to track health and profit benefits of green retail stores
(Wed 04/03)
A new scheme to help measure the health, wellbeing and productivity benefits of sustainable retail property is being launched today by the UK Green Building Council.

Resource efficiency can boost economic strength of UK plc
(Tue 03/03)
The next Government needs to make significant fiscal and regulatory reforms to help UK businesses be more resource efficient and boost the nation’s economic competitiveness, according to a new report from the Aldersgat

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Millennials and women spearhead surge in sustainable investments
(Mon 02/03)
The sustainable investment market is poised for huge growth as new research reveals potential financial backers are looking to have a positive impact when they invest their money.

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Next Government urged to show stronger climate change leadership
(Thu 26/02)
The next UK Government should take a stronger international leadership stance on climate change and energy issues, according to survey results released today by the Institute of Environmental Management & Assessment (IEM

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University of Cambridge provides the business case for safeguarding nature
(Tue 17/02)
The world’s leading food, beverage and forestry companies are being invited to join business leaders already working with the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), to identify new comm

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Study shows McDonald's trumps Burger King on animal welfare standards
(Thu 12/02)
Burger chain McDonald’s is leagues ahead of its global rival Burger King when it comes to promoting animal welfare standards, according to a new report.

Brazil climate change plan "did more harm than good" as emissions double
(Tue 10/02)
A plan to reduce climate-changing emissions from Brazil's steel industry has failed, causing the amount of carbon pollution produced by the sector to double in less than a decade, researchers said.

How solar and biomass could create cost-effective natural gas substitute
(Mon 09/02)
Even at historically low natural gas prices, bioenergy may not be out of the running - it just may need a little help from the sun, according to new analysis.

Scientists accuse 'sustainable' corporation of Amazon forest destruction
(Sun 08/02)
A corporation that aims to be the world’s biggest supplier of ‘sustainable’ cacao—the main ingredient in chocolate—has been accused by leading scientists of destroying large expanses of biodiversity-rich forest

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Toshiba generating ozone for a cleaner future
(Fri 06/02)
Toshiba is leading the way in harnessing the power of ozone to deliver large-scale water treatment that also benefits the environment.

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Energy Saving Trust helps Scottish firms save £850k on transport costs
(Thu 05/02)
Scottish businesses that implemented transport recommendations from the Energy Saving Trust saved nearly £850,000 and 1,400 tonnes of CO2 last financial year.

UK and German wind energy records drive down winter electricity bills
(Tue 03/02)
The cost of electricity in Europe plunged sharply last month as wind power generation hit new all-time highs in Germany and the UK, according to the latest data from energy information provider Platts.

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Companies now face an uphill task to reduce environmental impact
(Tue 03/02)
The world’s biggest companies are addressing their environmental impacts, but it isn’t making much of a difference, according to the latest report from GreenBiz Group and Trucost.

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Binning the throwaway culture has real business benefits, study finds
(Tue 03/02)
A service-based economy - in which goods are leased rather than sold to save on resources - could help businesses build better relationships with customers and increase trust in their brands, research by Nottingham Trent

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North Sea CCS holds the key to Europe's transition to a low-carbon economy
(Thu 29/01)
North Sea nations have the skills and storage capacity to deliver a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) industry that will transform Europe’s industry and power sectors, providing a least cost transition to a low-carbon f











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