Nobel Laureates and Greenpeace lock horns over Golden Rice

Nadine Hawa, (Aug 18, 2016)

Scientists and campaigners disagree fundamentally about whether the rice can be an effective way to fight vitamin A deficiency in poorer countries

Heineken shows its bottle on climate

Mike Scott, (Aug 18, 2016)

The world’s first zero-carbon brewery in Austria demonstrates the brewer’s progress on slashing CO2 emissions, but water issues are trickier to tackle

PolicyWatch – August 2016

Stephen Gardner, (Aug 17, 2016)

Aircraft emission fears, Scottish wind power, child labour loophole and dam damned

EthicsWatch: US - Business and Climate Summit Business ‘key partners in climate change fight’

Terry Slavin, (Jul 26, 2016)

Private sector initiatives have the power to deliver the emissions cuts promised at Paris, a major conference in London heard

Big data: The germination of precision farming

Ellen R Delisio, (Jul 26, 2016)

Technologies such as drones and robots have the potential to revolutionise agriculture, allowing farmers to use resources more efficiently

Big data and circular economy - The revolution will be circular

Maxine Perella, (Jul 25, 2016)

The explosion in connected devices is getting the wheels of the circular economy turning

PolicyWatch – July 2016

Stephen Gardner, (Jul 25, 2016)

Pollution deal, North American climate promises, UK carbon budge and sun shines on India

Comment: The low-carbon economy can foster May’s ‘country that works for everyone’

Nick Molho, (Jul 14, 2016)

The outcome of the EU referendum on 23 June has given rise to much uncertainty for many businesses, including in the low carbon sector.

4 Surprising Reasons to Measure and Reduce Food Loss and Waste

Brian Lipinski, (Jul 12, 2016)

A full one-third of the food the world produces ultimately goes uneaten. That’s a billion tons of food loss and waste (FLW) every single year.

Sponsored Feature: Achieving sustainable growth now and for the future

EC Newsdesk, (Jun 23, 2016)

The importance of sustainable business has never been felt more.

PolicyWatch – June 2016

Stephen Gardner, (Jun 22, 2016)

Norwegian wood promise, Coal subsidies unabated, Tax flight ‘exaggerated’ and Samarco fine increased

EthicsWatch: Asia - Indigenous mission to EU tells of palm oil horrors

Terry Slavin, (Jun 22, 2016)

Activists from Indonesia, Liberia, Colombia and Peru have given first-hand testimony that RSPO is failing to stop human rights abuses

BrandWatch – June 2016

Nadine Hawa, (Jun 22, 2016)

Big brands vow to steer clear of melting Arctic

Comment: 20 Years On: Good Progress, but Must Do Better!

Jonathon Porritt, (Jun 20, 2016)

It’s uncomfortable having to think back to 1996. At that time, there was still a real sense of hope that the agreements stuck at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, four years earlier, could still translate rapidly into real change on the ground. Unfortunately, that hope proved groundless.

C-Suite Interview: Nigel Sizer, President, Rainforest Alliance

Terry Slavin, (Jun 13, 2016)

A great leap forward for the little frog