Macquarie finalises £2.3bn Green Investment Bank deal
Brands driving economic boon for sustainable cotton in Africa
A growing focus on sustainable procurement from textile companies such as ASOS, Aldi and Jack & Jones has helped the largest label for sustainable cotton from Africa increase licensing revenues by 47% over the last 12 months.
Hyundai pledges to build EV model with 500km range
As new figures show that the rise of renewables have slashed the carbon impact of electric vehicles (EVs) in Britain, South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai has unveiled plans to strengthen its grip on the market with a new model that can go 500km on a single charge.
Home Depot to fit retail stores with solar panels and Tesla Powerpacks
The world's largest home improvement retailer, Home Depot, has signed an agreement with GE and Tesla to create "mini solar farms" at 50 stores in the US.
Welsh Government unveils plans to halve food waste
The Welsh Government intends to launch a consultation to discuss a non-statutory national target to halve food waste by 2025, just one week before annual waste statistics are set to be released.
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Electric highways and tiny Tesla houses: the best green innovations of the week
In a week of warnings for the UK's green economy, edie rounds up the latest low-carbon technologies and innovations that could help to accelerate the global shift towards a prosperous low-carbon future.
Britain gears up for smart energy transition with new consultation
The Energy Networks Association (ENA) is seeking views on how best to create new markets to enable distributed energy resources - including solar panels, batteries and electric vehicles - to provide services to the power grid.
World's largest cruise operator closes in on 2020 emissions target
The world's largest leisure travel company, the Carnival Corporation, looks set to achieve a 25% reduction in carbon emissions before a 2020 deadline, after championing liquefied natural gas (LNG) on cruise ships.
Scotland's largest solar farm given go-ahead
Planning permission has been granted for what will be Scotland's largest solar farm, a 20MW project in the north-east of the country.
First of many: DHL and Ford unveil new electric delivery van model
Millennials twice as likely to invest in green business, survey reveals
In practice: Smurfit Kappa's £120m onsite sustainability drive
"More of our revenue will be generated from contractual work rather than transactional work."
"The impact of an innovation might not appear this year, but it might be extremely valuable."
"The single biggest barrier to zero-carbon buildings is the need for appropriate leadership."
"Brexit is a challenge for sustainability professionals, who always try to take the longest view possible."