A quiet revolution: the domestication of finance

4 February, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

The future of finance may not be determined by the Bank of England: rather by women at home, says Bruce Davis, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Abundance Generation.

Energy economics as if thermodynamics mattered

3 February, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)
Tags: Carbon, Energy

Entropic valuation makes a clear case for investing in clean energy, says Joss Tantram, Partner of Terrafiniti and a Fellow of the Salzburg Global Seminar.

Wind power now Spain’s top source of electricity

31 January, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)
Tags: Energy

Wind contributed the highest percentage of Spanish power supply last year in a “world first” for renewables.

Five tips to boost returns on solar PV

30 January, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

Solar PV is energy efficient, but financial efficiency depends on good management, argues Ian Rose of PassivSystems.

Renewables could make farms financially viable

29 January, 2014 by tess riley

Tess Riley finds out why almost 40% of UK farmers are investing in renewables.

What recycled paper can do for business

28 January, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

Recycled paper can help businesses reduce their carbon emissions, water and energy usage, and waste to landfill, as well as communicate their efforts, says Angela De Vorchik of Arjowiggins Graphic.

A Vancouver recycling scheme tackles cigarette butts

27 January, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

The City of Vancouver has teamed up with Terracycle to keep butts off the streets, and reuse the raw materials in low-carbon plastics.

India's train odyssey for entrepreneurs

23 January, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

Jagriti Yatra, or the 'Journey of Awareness', is equipping young entrepreneurs in India with skills for success in social business, says Charukesi Ramadurai.

MSC-labelled fish now available at 4,000 UK primary schools

22 January, 2014 by Anonymous (not verified)

New menu options and the MSC’s Fish & Kids project are promoting sustainable fishing.

The most sustainable book of its kind?

21 January, 2014 by Duncan Jefferies

Jonathon Porritt wanted his new book, 'The World We Made', to be the most sustainable of its kind ever made. How did the publishers and printers go about it?


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