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.
Crowdfunding provides a cost effective means of access to finance for SMEs as well as providing small investors with a more level and importantly more transparent playing field upon which to invest. So could it help drive a functioning capital markets union in Europe?
it’s not just large businesses, with money to invest into sustainable practices, that can write and implement their own energy policies – small businesses can too. Read our four benefits of having a business energy policy.
It’s not been an easy ride these past few years for those that have been prepared to take a leadership position on sustainability. But 2015 is shaping up to be the year of sustainability. Here are three reasons why it’s now time to take action on sustainability.
A Government report appears to pour cold water on the ‘green’ credentials of biomass boilers and a multi-million pound subsidy scheme to incentivise businesses and households to switch to them. So are biomass boilers a waste of money – and energy?
Business sustainability, biomass heating systems, fracking, water sustainability, prosumers, community energy and ethical finance were some of the themes that proved to be our most popular GreenWise blogs of 2014.
Behind the headlines and the politics of this month’s Budget Statement were a number of ‘good news’ stories in the small print for ethical and sustainable investment. So could 2015 be the year when we see a revolution for green investments?
Great communication is as relevant for SMEs as big brands and talking about your sustainability objectives and achievements helps win business.
Income inequality has soared over the past three decades in the UK, while we have the worst record on social mobility of any OECD country. So what can business do about it? Here are my five takeways from the CBI’s Growth for All annual conference.