There are reasons to be optimistic about the sustainability of European business, although the year has been punctuated by some depressing headlines

2015 has been a year in which corporate commitment to corporate social responsibility has gained momentum in Europe, particularly on clean energy, and sometimes outstripping the willingness of governments to legislate.

The UN climate talks in Paris were marked not only by late-night wrangling over goals and costs but a...

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