MPs charged with monitoring the progress of the Green Deal have
reacted at DECC's failure to provide a well-defined set of expected
Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey has suggested that the
rest of the UK would not be willing to subsidise Scottish
renewables if the country gains independence.
New government guidance is providing energy intensive businesses information on how to claim compensation to offset the cost of energy policy in their electricity bills.
Recent changes to international standards have made product carbon footprinting potentially much faster, cheaper and easier. John Kazer explains how this could help companies take a leap forward in their commitment to cutting carbon emissions.
Businesses do not always fulfil their "wonderful sustainability
strategies" due to a weak partnership with HR, according to
Unilever's Geoff McDonald.
A strong business case for waste was put forward today during a government-hosted summit which brought the investment community together for the first time to discuss how to stimulate growth in the sector.
Anaerobic digestion (AD) specialist Agrivert has struck a multi-million pound deal with Grundon Waste Management to finance its third AD plant at Trumps Farm near Chertsey in Surrey.
The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) has called on the Government to provide incentives to stimulate greater resource efficiency in the UK economy.
Europe's bathing water quality has improved with 94% of bathing sites in the EU now meeting minimum standards.
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