The world is at risk of being "locked-in" to high carbon infrastructure for decades to come - unless major investment in renewables is made, WWF has warned.
Consumer brands need to redefine product value and consider service-based solutions that could benefit local communities, Unilever has said.
Energy secretary Ed Davey has launched the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) by pledging that the UK will develop a policy framework with ministers worldwide that supports clean tech innovation.
Waste will be the first sector to benefit from Green Investment Bank (GIB) funding, Business Secretary Vince Cable confirmed today (April 25).
Marks & Spencer and Unilever have called for more creative thinking around alternative business models to influence consumer behaviour on waste reduction.
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