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The vast majority of Britain's business leaders have given their backing to the rollout of smart technology across the country, according to new research.
MPs are urging the Government to overhaul its flood protection system to help reduce the long-term flood risks for UK businesses and communities.
Efforts to combat water scarcity are "absent from the portfolios" of investors, and it is now the responsibility of the private sector to step up water efficiency practices to build understanding that water is an economic risk as well as an environmental one.
The shock revelation that Syrian refugee children have been found making clothes for a number of British fashion brands serves to highlight the desperate need for more robust procedures and increased collaboration among businesses to drive truly sustainable and ethical supply chains.
Many of the world's biggest shipowners and charterers have called on heads of state to take swift action to force carbon emission cuts on their industry which is the only sector in the world not now bound by climate change targets.
On the first anniversary of the carrier bag charge roll-out, UK supermarket giant Tesco has revealed that more than 1.5 billion single-use carrier bags have been saved by its customers in England since the levy's introduction.
EXCLUSIVE: The business case for demand-response now makes "complete sense" and should be exploited alongside other emerging green technologies such as battery storage systems, one of Britain's largest construction materials suppliers has said.
Improving economic incentives behind waste collection models and a "silent revolution" in how consumers interact with products will be essential in tackling "monumental environmental crises", all of which can be linked back to waste.
A £35m funding package to increase the uptake of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) has been announced by Transport Minister John Hayes.
Italian Shipping company Grimaldi Group has received the largest ever issuance from AkzoNobel's carbon credits scheme, which has seen 14 vessels presented with 109,617 carbon credits.
Businesses that fail to meet the December deadline to comply with the Government's new Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) may be granted a reprieve until at least the end of January, the Environment Agency (EA) has confirmed.
A unique group of international heads of state, city leaders and international development banks has joined forces to call for an international price on carbon.
Two of the world's largest development banks have unveiled separate commitments to boost climate-related financing by up to a third.
The chief executives of 10 multinational food and beverage companies including Mars, Nestlé and Unilever have come together to urge political leaders to forge a robust climate deal in Paris this December.
Pepsi, Unilever and WWF are among a collection of businesses and NGOs that have joined a new coalition organisation tasked with inspiring companies to adopt comprehensive food waste programmes.
Britain's forests, soil and rivers are worth at least £1.6tn and should be quantified in the same way as the country's man-made infrastructure, environment secretary Liz Truss has said
Sky has raised more than £9m to help keep a billion trees standing in the Amazon, thanks to a six-year partnership with WWF which concluded last week.
Manchester Airports Group (MAG) has seen the total carbon emissions from all of its airports fall by 16% over the past year, according to its latest CSR report.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has embarked upon a new five-year CSR initiative in Africa which will see the carmaker provide 300,000 Kenyan schoolchildren with access to safe water.
The development of modular water sanitation infrastructure; an iron-deficiency educational programme and a water-saving shower have been announced as the three winning ideas from Unilever's global innovation crowdsourcing campaign.
The UK's first green energy storage system that can be installed as
part of a new domestic PV system or retrofitted will be unveiled tomorrow.
Double Olympic gold medal-winning rower James Cracknell has joined
Natural Environment Minister Richard Benyon in urging the public to
show support for the 'Love Your River' campaign.
A group of 20 consumer advice bodies, charities, trade associations and building industry organisations is urging the Government to tackle the risk of rogue traders cashing in on the Green Deal scheme, as it officially becomes law today.
Ireland is in desperate need of water efficiency improvements and implementing metering and efficiency subsidies across Irish households is key to achieving them, according to the latest research from Trinity College Dublin.
A green charity has been awarded £341,000 to create innovative
systems to reduce river pollution in Enfield, North London.
An influential MP has urged policy makers to make clear and stable decisions if Britain is to meet its 2020 renewables target.
Britain could run out of energy generating capacity in the winter
of 2015-16 as a result of EU environmental laws and coal plant
closures, according to Ofgem.
Marks & Spencer has pledged to eliminate all releases of hazardous chemicals throughout its supply chain and products by 2020, following pressure from campaign group Greenpeace.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has announced the new chief executive and executive team who will head up the UK's Green Investment Bank (GIB).
edie and Temple Group are hosting a webinar based on the results of a recently published survey of why businesses are prioritising sustainability.
Over a dozen green individuals from a wide range of backgrounds are being held up as examples to fellow Londoners in an effort to encourage the city to go green.
Londoners should aim to recycle three times as much of their waste as they do at present or the city could face fines running into the billions for missing targets.
The European Union has said it will not back down on plans to introduce an aviation emissions trading scheme despite failure to reach an international agreement.
Scotland is struggling to strike a balance between the need for clean energy and the desire to protect the ecosystems of its rivers and lochs.
Adelaide is set to become Australia's first "solar city" as part of a $75m government pilot scheme.
A new exhibition at London's Science Museum aims to bring the climate change debate to the general public, presenting the facts and asking them to make up their own minds on possible solutions.
The World Bank has launched an initiative to provide environmentally-friendly lighting in Africa.
Nearly half of all incidents of fly-tipping reported by local authorities are taking place in the Liverpool area.
London should aspire to be the global centre for carbon trading in the drive to fight climate change.
Research is underway in Bradford and Leeds in a bid to tackle some of the problems behind the floods that devastated the country this summer.