Originally produced and sold in the US, Matcha NOW, the increasingly popular twist-n-shake matcha drink, entered the UK market only late last year.
Jez Rose, Lincolnshire beekeeper and founder of Bees for Business has come up with a unique new solution to help businesses offset their carbon emissions and help to safeguard the environment.
Ride Electric is on track to turnover £1.5m over 3 years and will undergo a large-scale recruitment drive.
Many of the biggest and most profitable companies who have adopted sustainability practices have discovered that this doesn’t come at any costs to shareholders or owners: in fact, a strong sustainability track record can account for up to 11% of a company’s value.
Business gas experts Love Energy Savings looked at some practices that are expected to become commonplace in the office in the near future, and why it may be time for you to begin changing how you work for a greener, more sustainable future.
An event to connect cleantech businesses with investors saw nine entrepreneurs and business leaders pitch their green innovations to a room full of potential investors and partners last week.
Businesses and other key sectors across the West Midlands are invited to have their say on how to build on recent success and ensure a regional economy fit for the future.
The public is supportive of emissions reduction strategies that are likely to bring significant changes to the way we own and use everyday items such as clothing, cars, appliances and furniture, a new study led by Cardiff University has found.
Following public consultation, North Yorkshire developer, Newby, has submitted an outline planning application to Newcastle City Council for a new £250m sustainable urban village on the former Calders site AT Skinnerburn Road.
With increased public awareness of the issues surrounding sustainability, businesses are advised to start introducing sustainable initiatives to meet customer expectation and demand. Gareth Brown, market development manager at Duni, advises on what small changes can make a big difference when driving a more sustainable approach.
Transcend Packaging, which has secured a significant contract to supply paper straws to McDonald’s, is expanding rapidly after receiving support from the Welsh Government.
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