Business and Technology News
Information and communication technology firms are at the forefront of reducing our carbon footprint, and they are set to reap the rewards
Europe shies away from forest carbon credits to avoid lowering the price of carbon
The cost of flooding to British firms is rising steeply. We investigate the steps a company can take to minimise the damage, and the expense
With European backing, scientists in Scotland are out to prove that seaweeds and microalgae can become the sustainable fuels of the future
The Middle East has been slow to cash in on cutting emissions. That is now changing
EDF Energy's head of corporate responsibility strategy, David Ferguson, explains the UK utility's plans to tackle climate change and fuel poverty
For the average motorist to consider buying an electric car, the enthusiasm of a few manufacturers will not be enough. Toby Procter looks at the drive to make battery-powered vehicles a reality, and the major obstacles along the road
Big pension funds have been slow to embrace ethical investment - but the explosive growth in climate change funds is starting to wake them up to the opportunities
Who has made and lost money in Europe's cap-and-trade emissions scheme, and will the changes planned for 2012 have any effect on the way we do business?
Britain's biggest supermarket reveals it is rethinking its use of biofuels, due to their links to food-price hikes and environmental degradation.