What the NYC green act taught city planners

Major cities are forging ahead with plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions, but buy-in from key stakeholders is vital to achieve measurable change

Should investors be wary of stranded assets?

With policies shifting towards cleaner sources of energy, stranded assets associated with fossil fuels can represent a huge risk to company balance sheets

Restorative business revolutionising carbon use

Restorative business models, which aim to put back more into the environment, economy and society than they take out, are hard to achieve, but more organisations are trying

Decarbonising deliveries: making logistics sustainable

In an era of ever-rising ecommerce, consumers and delivery firms increasingly demand cleaner logistics, but who is driving change?

Lower carbon homes, higher quality of life

Ben Ferrari

From Stockholm to rural India and China’s megacities, innovations in residential energy, materials, appliances and furnishings can radically reduce our carbon footprint over the next decade and beyond

Saving the Earth by cutting carbon

In product lifecycle management, sustainability often comes down to two things – environmental compliance and helping to reduce a product’s carbon impact, as Will Stirling discovers

Ageing power lines need makeover

The UK’s power grid needs a radical overhaul to make it fit for purpose in a low-carbon world, as Flemmich Webb reports

Cutting carbon boosts bottom line

With the economy in the grip of a double-dip recession, businesses are reducing costs and looking closely at discretionary spending. So, in such times, does a low-carbon strategy make sense? Flemmich Webb reports