University of Cambridge slashes emissions with dietary switch-up

The university said its implementation of measures such as removing beef and lamb from the menu in 2016 has had a signficant effect on its carbon footprint

Business group looks to accelerate sustainability across Europe

The Corporate Leaders Group Europe, launched by the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, aims to create a climate neutral, competitive and sustainable economy

The Future of Business Energy by npower Business Solutions, Energy HQ

Episode 5: How sustainability is shaping the energy market of tomorrow

Notepads made from old coffee cups tackle the tearable problem of waste

James Cropper has created the range for Seawhite of Brighton, which produces items such as notebooks and sketchpads

Polymer banknotes ‘almost three times worse for planet than paper options’

New research claims this is the case despite their longer lifespan and contrary to the Bank of England’s initial claims that switching to them would be more eco-friendly

Energy giant E.ON raises €1.5bn of green bonds

They will fund sustainable infrastructure and energy efficiency projects

Guest Blog: Haydn Young – How to engage your Board in 5 steps

Engaging the Board around sustainability is a key challenge for sustainability professionals.

WWF Scotland executive joins Big Six energy firm ScottishPower

Dr Sam Gardner will develop and implement low carbon initiatives as the company’s first Head of Climate Change and Sustainability

Jair Bolsonaro: ‘Pooping every other day could save the planet”

The Brazilian President offered the strange advice when asked whether it was possible to simultaneously pursue agricultural development and safeguard the environment

Cooking up an appetite to reduce food waste

The Small Change Big Difference campaign is showing Londoners how they can reduce the food that is waste and encouraging them to recycle the inedible bits