Digital building blocks are the future for construction

Construction and mining are vital components of a thriving economy – but they’re also top polluters. Paul Duddy, founder and CEO of Scottish cleantech Hypervine, tells Green Business Journal how his tiny team is...

TACKLING Digital pollution: a MASSIVE invisible problem

Alexandre Laval, of ecommerce research company Cleanfox, recommends quick ways to reduce your digital carbon footprint. Did you know?   If the Internet were a country, it would be the 6th biggest polluter in the...

Two in 5 companies struggle with ESG supply chain data

Few firms have a comprehensive ESG tracking system in place; 84% currently don’t monitor their full supply chain, and 70% don’t know what data to track. Despite progress on ESG reporting and data capture, supply...

Mind the materials gap

A growing global population needs more homes, transport and the other building blocks of society – but the current model for manufacturing means we’re heading for a resource-constrained world. If we are to avoid...

Electric dreams: aerospace history in the making

Stjohn Youngman, Managing Director of Electroflight, tells Green Business Journal how a landmark air speed record brings us one step closer to aviation electrification. In January 2022, something incredible happened in the world of aviation....

Green aerospace tech to receive record government funding

The UK’s aerospace technology research programme is to receive record levels of government funding, Industry Minister Lee Rowley confirmed. The UK’s aerospace technology research programme, the Aerospace Technology Institute (ATI), is to receive record levels of...

Make your “Green” business more financially sustainable in 2022 by talking to an expert...

At Cooden – R&D Tax Specialists, we were in somewhat celebratory mood as 2021 drew to a close. On 16 December we received the last payout of the year into our client account, it...

Addressing the data centre energy drain

In our digitalised world, technologies like data centres are essential. However, they also take centre-stage in energy consumption. Matthew Margetts, of Smarter Technologies, examines how companies can reduce the drain on resources while retaining...

IT services can play a pivotal role in reducing carbon emissions

Scott Davidson, managing director at ISN Solutions, investigates how the latest technological innovations and practices can be harnessed to help businesses navigate the energy transition. C OP26 reinforced the need for society to reduce carbon emissions...

Smart buildings – the missing piece of the puzzle

The UK government plans to cut emissions in 30 million buildings with its net zero strategy. Installing low carbon heat pumps to replace gas boilers and grants for electric vehicles are among some of...