International development

Carbon reduction: not just a long-term lifesaver

Anna Simpson offers brands a tip for 2015, as ClimateCare celebrates ten years of investment in improved cooking methods.

Carbon reduction: not just a long-term lifesaver

Anna Simpson offers brands a tip for 2015, as ClimateCare celebrates ten years of investment in improved cooking methods. 

 

India: A land of (sustainable) opportunity?

Mumbai, October. The monsoon has signed off with a final theatrical flourish in the form of a spectacular, tree-crashing thunderstorm. The heat is back – late 30s, unseasonably hot, even for India. And conference season is upon us.

ClimateCare receives highest honour for UK company

ClimateCare has been recognised for its outstanding contribution to poverty alleviation and tackling climate change with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

Philanthropists and foundations: Getting their climate act together

On Monday, a whole page ad appeared in the International New York Times, calling on the world’s philanthropic Trusts and Foundations to start getting their act t

Sourcing goods made in Africa: A UK business perspective

Looking at how to overcome real and perceived barriers to sourcing African-made products in the UK

Disruptive business models shake-up existing markets

A number of innovative projects around the world are improving people's lives by replacing inefficient products with simple, effective technologies and services.

How best to support energy access enterprises

Paul Valentin, International Director, Christian Aid, shares lessons in supporting enterprises that provide access to clean energy.

“There is no perfect city, nor is any city smarter than the rest”

As Singapore prepares to host three environmental summits in a week, Khoo Teng Chye, Executive Director, Centre for Liveable Cities, tells Anna Simpson why it’s a golden opportunity for global cities to look 50 years into the future and discuss the common challenges they face.

Banana wars – Fairtrade and beyond

We are in the midst of a bitter price war being played out by the UK’s big four supermarkets through the humble banana.

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