Monthly Archives: July 2011

Judges Speak : The 11 Commandments to writing the perfect entry application

The 11 Commandments that will help your entry application leave a ‘winning’ impression on our judges. Read more…

The Dutch raise the bar on sustainable fishing

A combination of policy reform, advocacy and industry leadership has transformed the fishing industry in the Netherlands – but will it catch on? Read more…

System Innovation – a Route to a Sustainable Food System?

Diagnosing the food system across a web of social, environmental and economic issues. Read more…

Corporate titans call for deeper EU carbon cuts

More than 70 leading European firms urge Brussels to endorse 30 per cent cut in carbon emissions by 2020 Read more…

Connecting the Green Dots

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As Germany embarks on an ambitious plan to scale up renewables, the challenge of transmission is immense. Read more…

Energy-saving and green insulations: simple solutions that matter

Some eco-friendly insulation options that make both financial and environmental sense. Read more…

Sports and sustainability – The Olympic Partnership?

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With the Olympics 2012 on the horizon, new initiatives lead to some exciting developments in the relationship between sports and sustainability. Read more…

International Green Awards™ announces WWF-UK as its exclusive NGO partner

The INTERNATIONAL GREEN AWARDS, a global awards scheme committed to innovation in sustainability, is pleased to be aligned with WWF-UK as our exclusive NGO partner, in support of their efforts around greening business.
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New smart town on Tokyo outskirts

Japan attempts ‘a world first’ sustainable urban town with solar systems and battery storage technology installed in all homes and town facilities. Read more…

What’s a tree really worth?

Software puts a price on the vital environmental services provided by trees Read more…