Sustainability solutions experts BioRegional announced this week that they will partner with B&Q for the next three years to help the company become a world leading One Planet Living(r) business. The partnership will enable B&Q to reduce its impact on the world's resources and make it easy for B&Q customers to have sustainable homes and gardens by listing 2,000 eco-products in store.
BP announced today during a ceremony in the Great Hall of People in Beijing that it had signed a series of agreements to enhance its commitment to China. These agreements involve strategic integration and commercialisation of clean coal conversion technologies, wind power generation and world-class acetic acid production. The British Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Gordon Brown and the Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, as well as officials from both British and Chinese governments, witnessed the signing.
Renowned landscaping company, Marshalls Plc, has launched its brand new Sustainability Report, demonstrating the benefits of its tough stance on sustainable landscapes during 2007.
Sandtoft Roof Tiles has a long track record of pushing the boundaries for its industry, pioneering new and more ecologically sensitive methods of working.
Worldwide coastal ecosystems and habitats will continue to decline unless economists and ecologists work together to improve current methods to assess coastal ecosystem benefits, according to an article today in the global scientific journal, Science.
ASU intends to develop in a new program that uses bacteria and sunlight to generate hydrogen, a clean fuel that produces no greenhouse gases.
Rio Tinto Alcan and the International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) are pleased to announce the 2007 recipient of the US$1 million Alcan Prize for Sustainability is the Utthan Centre for Sustainable Development and Poverty Alleviation, based in India (Utthan).
Biofuels risk failing to deliver significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from transport and could even be environmentally damaging unless the Government puts the right policies in place warns a new Royal Society report today.
As Congress considers legislation that seeks to reduce the nation's greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent by mid-century, colleges and universities may hold the key.
BASF is proud to sponsor the Sustainable Building Industry Council's (SBIC) Beyond Green 2007 High Performance Building Awards. The winners will be announced at the SBIC Awards ceremony on January 16 from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C.