Posts tagged: Carbon Cycle

The 21st Century Economy Will Be Urban, High Tech, and Green

In my experience, even very sharp business leaders tend to misunderstand three facts when thinking about climate change. The first is how much action we need to take. We’re used to hearing that we’ll need to reduce our carbon emissions by some percentage. The blunt reality is that to avoid catastrophic climate change, humanity needs […]

Introducing the UK’s First Green Alternative to Red Diesel

Guest Post We all like to think we’re doing our bit for the environment, and that we’re creating a cleaner world for the future generations. But what can you do if it’s essential for you to burn carbon to get by? Take the construction industry for example, with a lot of different machinery on site […]

How Your Company Can Work Toward the ISO14001 Standard

Guest Post The ISO14001 recognises the achievements of companies who make efforts to make their operations greener. Achieving it demonstrates the environmental responsibility of your company, and raises the profile of a standard which sets a precedent for other companies to strive for. This article aims to outline some basic steps that companies can take […]

To what extent are Businesses willing to go to be Greener?

Guest Post Businesses should be committed to carbon accounting, a process that permits companies to effortlessly record the amount of carbon emissions they emit and rectify it if needed. The firms who wish to improve their carbon footprint are following this process, however most companies are reluctant to practise carbon accounting. From their recent survey, […]

Business Energy Greening

Guest Post by Rhian Farnworth How Your Business can Save Money and Help the Environment Many small and medium enterprises are faced with a struggle for survival in the current economic climate. This is why some managers overlook ways in which to improve business activities and processes in an environmental context. While managers are understandably […]