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Italy to waste taxpayers' billions on carbon credits, says new report
(Tue 14/12)
Italy stands to waste €2.2 billion on foreign carbon credits between 2008 and 2015 according to a new report from the emissions trading NGO Sandbag.

Majority of diners would pay 10% more to eat at a green restaurant
(Tue 07/12)
Many restaurants may be ignoring a desire by consumers to dine at environmentally friendly restaurants, according to a new exploratory study.

Businesses waste millions with lack of energy efficiency focus
(Tue 07/12)
Businesses are overlooking the potential to cut millions of pounds in costs through effective energy management according to the findings of a recent report into ‘The Future of Energy Management in the UK’, commissio

UK electricity prices hit near-2 year high as big freeze bites
(Mon 29/11)
The wholesale electricity price for power has hit a 22-month high on Monday as the big freeze extended its hold on the UK into a second week.

UK business improves its green record, report confirms
(Wed 24/11)
A comprehensive review of industry’s environmental performance in England and Wales has been published by the Environment Agency.

Business leaders say climate change action cannot wait
(Tue 16/11)
Business leaders of hundreds of companies from around the world have today released a renewed demand for “an ambitious, robust and equitable global deal on climate change”.

Energy risks for business set to increase, reveals new white paper
(Wed 10/11)
An increase in financial, reputational and legislative risks associated with business usage of energy means organisations need to put in place effective plans now to reduce their exposure to future risks. This is the key

Renewable specialists Farmgen seal £2.1m of bank funding
(Tue 09/11)
Renewable energy specialist Farmgen has secured a £2.1million loan from the Co-operative Bank – marking the first bank debt-financed on-farm anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in the UK.

Sustainability is good for boosting business, survey reveals
(Thu 04/11)
Seven out of 10 business managers know their organisation’s reputation and “bottom-line” would be boosted by adopting sustainable measures.

Study reveals need for pan-Euro policy on low-carbon skills
(Mon 25/10)
A new study provides a 'snapshot' of the environmental skills programmes available across different industries in EU Member States.

Big economies of the future are most at risk from climate change
(Wed 20/10)
A new index, calculating the vulnerability of 170 countries to the impacts of climate change over the next 30 years, identifies some of the world’s largest and fastest-growing economies, including India, as facing the

Business chiefs urge EU to increase ambition on emission goals
(Wed 13/10)
Some of Europe's largest companies have called on the European Union to increase its ambition to cut EU emissions to 30 per cent by 2020 from 1990 levels in the interests of strengthening Europe’s economic future, boo

Big business must press government on climate change action
(Fri 08/10)
The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) is urging companies to engage with governments in the lead up to the UN climate change summit to encourage policy action and demonstrate the significant opportunities that are now reco

Faltering electric vehicle roll-out due to lack of European standard
(Tue 28/09)
The continued lack of certainty regarding the new European-standard for electric vehicle (EV) plugs and sockets is delaying the roll-out of recharging point networks in the UK and across Europe, according to one leading

China overtakes US in global renewable league
(Thu 09/09)
China has succeeded the US as the most attractive location in which to invest in renewable energy projects, according to Ernst & Young's latest Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Indices.

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