Movers and shakers: Meet the ministers tasked with driving Britain’s green economy
With the ministerial merry-go-round of the new Prime Minister's cabinet reshuffle now complete, a degree of confusion remains over who exactly holds the keys to the Government's green agenda. Here, edie lists the energy and environment ministers that have traded places in the recent overhaul.
Global clean energy investment down on 2015 levels at half-year mark
Investment slowdowns in China and Japan, as well as a sustained decrease in the cost of solar, has meant that clean energy investment in the second quarter of 2016 reached $61.5bn, 32% below the $90bn spent in the equivalent period of 2015, according to the latest data from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF).
Kimberly-Clark sets ‘aggressive’ new sustainability targets
Personal care consumer product manufacturer Kimberly-Clark has established a new six-year sustainability strategy to build on the success of the "aggressive goals" the company has just surpassed, as revealed in its latest sustainability report.
Green coalition urges Greg Clark to commit to key EU 2020 energy targets
An alliance of trade bodies, pressure groups and NGOs has called upon the new Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) head to give assurances that the Government will continue to meet European Union (EU) directives and targets until Brexit terms are in place.
The demise of DECC: What next for the UK’s green business prospects?
As the dust settles on the shock announcement that DECC has been axed and merged into an expanded business department, attentions have inevitably turned to what the transfer of power means for the green economy and what opportunities and challenges will arise from the new regime.
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