The Government's "obsessive reliance" on renewables is driving energy intensive businesses offshore, while pushing households and pensioners into fuel poverty, according to UKIP's Roger Helmer.
The latest climate review from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is expected to confirm and highlight the drivers of climate change and kick-start action from businesses and Governments.
Over 7% of the world's population could be affected by water scarcity in the future as a result of climate change if global warming isn't abated.
Samsung is to promote the issue of food waste across its retail electronics outlets, seeing it as a clear marketing opportunity for its own refrigeration products.
One of the UK's largest pork processors, Case and Sons, has reduced its energy consumption by 42% through efficiency measures applied to the business's refrigeration system.
Consumers are demanding more renewable materials and environmental labelling on the products they buy, with many rating cartons as the most eco-friendly packaging type.
Business is not playing its part in forging a sustainable future and efforts may have "reached a plateau", according to a new United Nations (UN) report.
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