Healthcare firm sets £300m sales target


Source: Insider Media 22 May 2015
Healthcare firm sets £300m sales target

A Sheffield-based healthcare business is aiming to double its sales to £300m by 2020, despite the financial pressures facing the NHS.

Business leaders prepare for limited UN climate deal in Paris


Source: The Guardian 22 May 2015
Business leaders prepare for limited UN climate deal in Paris

Private sector could help close the expected shortfall in emissions reductions necessary to stop 2C of global warming, suggests Unilever's CEO.

M&S underlines commitment to 100 per cent renewables


Source: BusinessGreen 21 May 2015
M&S underlines commitment to 100 per cent renewables

Retailer joins RE100 initiative and vows to ensure all its operations globally source 100 per cent renewable power.

How China Can Leverage High-Speed Rail for Compact Urban Development


Source: SustainableCities 21 May 2015
How China Can Leverage High-Speed Rail for Compact Urban Development

High speed rail connects Zhengzhou with other Chinese cities and has potential to spur compact urban development across the country.

Deutsche Telekom to consider partner for T-Mobile US: CEO


Source: Reuters 21 May 2015
Deutsche Telekom to consider partner for T-Mobile US: CEO

Deutsche Telekom will consider any partner that can improve profitability at its U.S. operations, its CEO told the company's shareholders.

More evidence that Apple is working on an electric car, and possibly a breakthrough battery


Source: TreeHugger 20 May 2015
More evidence that Apple is working on an electric car, and possibly a breakthrough battery

There's already been a lot of speculation - partly based on facts, partly on rumors - that Apple is working on an electric car.

Weakened coal pollution rules will costs UK millions, green groups claim


Source: BusinessGreen 20 May 2015
Weakened coal pollution rules will costs UK millions, green groups claim

Greenpeace and EEB aim to show financial impact of planned industrial emissions rules, which they say have been weakened by industry lobbying.

Renewables offer "best outcome for dollars invested": Investors talk carbon risk in Paris


Source: The Climate Group 20 May 2015
Renewables offer "best outcome for dollars invested": Investors talk carbon risk in Paris

Investors and business leaders got an in-depth look at different ways the industry is measuring carbon risk exposure.

Seven-day NHS: healthcare professionals on whether it's possible


Source: The Guardian 19 May 2015
Seven-day NHS: healthcare professionals on whether it's possible

David Cameron wants a health service for people ‘wherever they are and whenever they need it’. Here’s what those on the frontline think.

In Which Cities Is It Quicker to Walk and Cycle than Drive a Car?


Source: SustainableCities 19 May 2015
In Which Cities Is It Quicker to Walk and Cycle than Drive a Car?

It's cities with high employment and GDP that experience the biggest increases in traffic congestion and where it's faster to cycle than drive.

Renewable Energy Land Requirements To Power US With Solar


Source: Clean Technica 19 May 2015
Renewable Energy Land Requirements To Power US With Solar

Some folks believe renewable energy land requirements are enormous when it comes to powering homes with solar electricity.

Greens target Irish roofs


Source: reNews 18 May 2015
Greens target Irish roofs

The Irish Green Party has called on Dublin to support domestic rooftop solar development ahead of utility-scale solar farms...

7 Facts That Prove the Renewable Energy Revolution Has Arrived


Source: EcoWatch 18 May 2015
7 Facts That Prove the Renewable Energy Revolution Has Arrived

The global transition to renewable energy and away from nuclear and fossil fuels is well under way with remarkable developments happening every day.

Hospital wifi keeps patients in touch with their care


Source: Health Service Journal 18 May 2015
Hospital wifi keeps patients in touch with their care

Wifi connectivity in hospitals could make a huge difference to patient engagement in the NHS.

Lake District launches £1million sustainable travel scheme


Source: Click Green 15 May 2015
Lake District launches £1million sustainable travel scheme

A year-long programme funded with £1 million from the Department for Transport has been launched to maximise the benefits of cleaner, greener travel.

Bank of America issues $600m green bond


Source: BusinessGreen 15 May 2015
Bank of America issues $600m green bond

Bank of America has issued a $600m green bond to fund renewable energy and energy efficiency projects, adding further impetus to the expanding market.

SunEdison Plans $900 Million Bonds Issue To Fuel Renewable Energy Ambitious


Source: Clean Technica 15 May 2015
SunEdison Plans $900 Million Bonds Issue To Fuel Renewable Energy Ambitious

There’s no stopping SunEdison. The company has been in the thick of things over the last few days with impressive earnings and acquisitions.

UK Election Aftermath: The Energy Industry


Source: The Energy Collective 14 May 2015
UK Election Aftermath: The Energy Industry

After witnessing a political storm around the general election, it is time to start looking at what the Conservatives will be doing to the UK.

Renewable energy generation up 20% as job numbers soar


Source: Click Green 14 May 2015
Renewable energy generation up 20% as job numbers soar

The Renewable Energy Association's (REA) annual REview has shown generation of renewable electricity in the UK has increased by a fifth.

UK renewables investment hit record £10.7bn in 2014, says PwC


Source: BusinessGreen 14 May 2015
UK renewables investment hit record £10.7bn in 2014, says PwC

The UK's renewable energy industry had its best year yet for new investment, attracting £10.7bn in 2014 according to new analysis.

California water used as bottling source amid drought


Source: TreeHugger 13 May 2015
California water used as bottling source amid drought

As residents suffer mandatory water cuts, water flows freely through a big loophole for beverage bottling facilities.

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