Environmental recovery is one of the more positive aspects of the COVID-19 crisis.
As even tighter COVID-19 measures are imposed around the world, we expect to see an even more dramatic fall in toxic emissions over the coming months.
As a business owner, doing your bit to help battle climate change is good for the earth and good for your business too. Here’s how to do it on a budget.
Plastics pollution is poisoning our earth. But there are many reusable alternatives consumers can turn to instead. Ocean Bottle founder, Will Pearson tells us why his reusable brand stands out from the rest.
Green fleet management is the buzzword for SMEs with company cars, and you can ensure lower long-term costs and better business reputation by doing it.
Here, we explore how to tackle business energy efficiency, and hopefully save money in the process.
With pressure to cut costs, save time and generate profit, many business leaders still adopt a “stick to what I know mentality” for business sustainability.
A new scheme will see businesses bid for a share of £290m to support clean energy in the UK, something small businesses are keen to see.
Environmental concerns are not always the top priority for small business owners. First and foremost, businesses exist to make money, and sometimes other things can take a back seat.
Kenneth Freeman, head of innovation at Ambius, discusses a natural solution to making Britain’s offices more comfortable – and how it will boost employee engagement.
Lights, camera, action! Straight away, you know where you are: a film set. The more you think about it, the more examples there are of environments specific to industries – from the wooden panelling and leather chairs of private banks to the sterility of the operating theatre, environment plays an important role.
Wanting to solve hunger and food waste at the same time is an admirable goal, and it’s the reason why Iseult Ward launched an app called FoodCloud – and is vying for the winning spot at the £1m VOOM competition finale from Virgin Media Business.