A new economy is coming into play. No longer wielded as a weapon to legitimise austerity, this is an economy where the community and the environment, not the corporate shareholder, benefits.
Demonstrating sustainability in your business operations and your supply chain creates competitive advantage, increased revenue, a strengthened brand and reduces risk. Being a sustainable supplier is increasingly important in winning and retaining customers.
The people have spoken. It is not cheaper, more secure energy that people want, it is more expensive, higher risk energy with a dash for fracking.
Blue & Green Tomorrow and GreenWise Business are merging to double our impact and become a transformational business for social and environmental impact and responsible capitalism. This is our manifesto.
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The Renewable Energy Foundation (REF), claims Amber Rudd faces a potential renewables budget overspend of £1.5 billion a year – possibly even more – because of her predecessor Ed Davey’s largesse towards the green energy industry. But is this a fair assessment?
Today, GreenWise Business and Blue & Green Tomorrow announced they are uniting to create an independent sustainable publishing powerhouse. Our shared ambition is to help more people take sustainable investment and spending decisions while allowing more businesses to thrive in the fast-expanding green economy. To this end, Blue & Green, last week, launched on Crowdcube with a target to raise £260,000 in 44 days or less. So what’s our vision, what will we do with the Crowdcube investment and what can we achieve if people invest in us?
The reality is that much of our public art is funded by corporations who are out of step with putting our planet on a more sustainable footing. But, Human Nature is a new UK initiative that is trying to break the link between oil and art.
Collaboration between the occupier and the landlord is key to ensuring efficiently-designed buildings are sustainable, but it can be a difficult point to reach. Here are three three ways to help create a culture of collaboration to deliver increased value in every property.
If you’re struggling to think of things that could be addressed in your business energy policy, here are a number of points to keep in mind.