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Wyke Farm 100% Green Initiative

October 24th, 2013

Lynn Batten

Last month the UK’s largest independent cheese producer and milk processor launched its biogas plant, with a view to becoming 100% self sufficient in green energy. Lynn Batten went along to see what all the fuss was about....... more...
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Ashridge Business School

Ashridge is a world leader in executive education, a place where tradition meets innovation. Our MSc in Sustainability & Responsibility offers the opportunity to address the question of how you or your organisation can operate in a sustainable and responsible way



Tel: 01442 841024
Web: ashridge.org.uk
Email: contact@ashridge.org.uk
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Green Business: Greenhouse Public Relations

Peter Salisbury

2nd August, 2011

Anna Guyer has made a name for her company by only taking clients with impeccable green credentials and refusing to ‘greenwash’ big brands. Peter Salisbury met her to find out more more...
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Green Business: Bulldog

Peter Salisbury

29th June, 2011

A natural, Fairtrade men's skincare line might sound obvious, but when Simon Duffy and Rhodri Ferrier launched Bulldog, it was a wholly new concept. Peter Salisbury sits down with the men making grooming green more...
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eco2Life

eco2life offers a range of household cleaning products with a unique refill and reuse system performing as well as the leading brand. We ensure all raw materials are naturally derived, from renewable resources, readily biodegradable and aquatic safe



Tel: 01625 250 301
Web: http://www.myeco2life.com
Email: howcanwehelp@myeco2life.com
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Green Business: Abel & Cole

Peter Salisbury

1st June, 2011

Keith Abel might not be much of an eco-warrior but he’s revolutionised the organic groceries sector – and made a mint in the process, says Peter Salisbury more...

Green Business: Innocent

Peter Salisbury

9th March, 2011

What does Coca Cola’s 58 per cent share in one of the UK’s most distinctive and ethical brands mean for the future of the company? If you believe Innocent Drinks founder, Richard Reed, nothing but good. Peter Salisbury went to find out more more...

Green Business: Sedlescombe Organic Vineyard

Ruth Styles

9th February, 2011

From biodynamic farming methods to persuading people to give English wine another try, the Sedlescombe Organic Vineyard's Roy Cook is transforming the British wine industry
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Green Business: Divine

Ruth Styles

21st January, 2011

Divine chocolate has blazed an ethical trail with its pioneering business model and Fairtrade principles. But does ethical also mean green? Divine MD Sophi Tranchell says that for her company, it does more...
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Irashai services ltd - Naked Pan

Irashai services ltd provides specialist sourcing services to Local Authorities, Designers, Organisations and Individuals. Sourcing new materials or products, new product development, and provide guidance in implementing sustainable methods



Tel: 01628 636082
Web: www.irashai.co.uk/index.php
Email: sales@irashai.co.uk

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Green business: Ella's Kitchen

Eifion Rees

21st December, 2010

Organic baby food company Ella's Kitchen is already big in the UK and Scandinavia, and now aiming to crack the US. Co-founder Alison Lindley discusses the difficulties of keeping it green during a period of meteoric growth more...

Green business: Lush

Eifion Rees

17th November, 2010

Cosmetics company Lush is a zero-packaging pioneer on the high street. In the first of our new 'Green business' series, founder Mark Constantine discusses gourmet consumerism, dream factories and why his ethical creation is a work in progress more...

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Greening my office: I got them to switch the heating off!

Sylvia Sunshine

9th July, 2010

Sylvia scores her first eco success - persuading her sceptical boss that heating an unoccupied portion of the office is a terrible waste of resources more...
Dan Box

I've picked 5 good firms; 5 bad. Who will do best?

Dan Box

2nd April, 2010

Dan launches a highly unscientific experiment to track the financial fortunes of five green companies, and five less-than-green... more...
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How can we tell which companies are really green?

David Ord

6th October, 2009

Green claims are everywhere: surely there must be some simple way of measuring exactly what impact a company is having on the climate? more...
Business as usual

Sustainability 'undone' by Treasury and BIS, says Porritt

Ecologist

6th July, 2009

The outgoing chief of the Government's independent sustainability watchdog, Jonathon Porritt, has criticised the Treasury and Department for Business for a failure to advance the sustainable development agenda more...
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Cincinnati law to police polluting businesses

Ecologist

3rd July, 2009

Cincinnati has passed a new law introducing 'environmental justice permits', and will use police powers to force polluting businesses to clean up their acts or get out of town more...
Dan Box

Climate change professionals are rich, male and secure. Should we care?

Dan Box

19th June 2009

What happens when the market research on the good guys starts looking a lot like the profile of the bad guys? You breathe a sigh of relief, argues Dan Box more...
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The Visionaries

Ecologist

20th March, 2009

Mark Anslow, Laura Sevier, Dan Box and Matilda Lee profile 10 visionaries with 10 big ideas for a better world.
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Vattenfall & Shell win Climate Greenwash '09

Ecologist

19th June, 2009

Swedish energy giant Vattenfall won a gold medal at this year's celebration of climate spin and misinformation, with a special award going to the government of Denmark for services to the world's most polluting industries more...
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Cattle ranching biggest driver of Amazon deforestation

Ecologist

27th May, 2009

Cattle ranchers bigger culprits in Amazon deforestation than soy farmers, new NGO study shows more...
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Dark Clouds gathering

Jim Thomas

1st October, 2008

Do you know where your email is stored and what it costs the environment to store it there? more...
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All hands to the plough

Ed Hamer

7th August, 2008

The community supports the farmer and the farmer supports the community. Why isn't everyone taking part in the latest agricultural revolution, wonders Ed Hamer more...
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A lot of fun - why allotments are good for the soul

Tony Baldry

19th June, 2008

Allotments are good for the soul and enjoying a resurgence in interest, says Tony Baldry, which is why local councils and developers should be required to grow their own
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The banana brief

Ed Hamer

2nd June, 2008

From plantation to consumer: a tale of chemicals, slavery and CO2 more...

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