As debate around the latest incarnation of the controversial Severn Barrage scheme rumbles on, an alternative vision for renewable energy in the Bristol Channel promises comparable amounts of power, less environmental damage and better long-term economic prospects. So is it time for a rethink?
Social media is being used to great advantage by charities and not-for-profit organisations that want to raise awareness and influence opinion around certain causes. So what can the green sector learn from these campaigns and can it tap into the power of social media to the same effect? We take a look at five of the best social media campaigns and explain why they made the list.
The big boost in the Budget was for the housing market, but the Green Deal didn’t get a look in. So will the Green Deal be an inspirational catalyst for the transformation of our building stock or the single largest destroyer of property values since the demise of double MIRAS?
Modern money is supposed to free us as individuals to operate as we choose in the world of the market. But there was precious little in the Budget to encourage people to put their money to use where it might produce something positive and sustainable for the economy as a whole.
The amount of plastic bottles and cans generated globally that ends up in landfill is estimated to be around 340 billion. But all around the world, people are finding innovative ways to turn them into eco-friendly solutions.
How social media can help you get the most out of your visit to Ecobuild 2013
Wherever your organisation stands in the Green Deal supply chain, you will have to plan for effective Green Deal marketing and that means providing helpful, high quality, trusted advice that resonates with your prospects.
We are facing a water crisis and our energy security is being compromised. Meanwhile, our utility companies are hiking up their prices. So what can we do about it?
The Green Deal launches on January 28. There is a strong case for SMEs to get involved in the energy efficiency scheme that aims to insulate 14 million homes by 2020. But working on their own, SMEs could face many barriers, which could be more easily overcome through collaboration. But what are the ingredients to successful SME collaboration?
We all hear about companies who lead in sustainability and their superstar sustainability leaders. So what are their secrets of success?