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James Smith, Chair of the Carbon Trust, launches the report

How business is rising to the challenge of the resource crunch

26 February 2014 | News

Launch of new report at the House of Commons, looking at how businesses are future proofing their business models in today’s resource-constrained world.

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wave tidal energy

Funding Boost for Scottish Marine Energy

26 February 2014 | News

Scotland’s marine energy sector is to benefit from a £2.8 million share of the Marine Renewables Commercialisation Fund (MRCF) which is run by the Carbon Trust.

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UK Houses of Parliament - Big Ben

Drive for austerity must not compromise long term government efficiency

20 February 2014 | Viewpoint

The public sector needs to continue to invest in energy efficiency, even in these challenging times with pressure on budgets and more cuts on the way. Tim Pryce, Head of Public Sector, explains why.

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Building construction

Our team in Malaysia: Building a Better Construction Industry

19 February 2014 | Viewpoint

We have been working as part of an international consortium to develop an eco-labelling scheme for the Malaysian construction industry. Paul Taylor provides his views below.

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Green DNA

Low carbon innovation - how a collaborative approach is critical to closing the UK's funding gap

13 February 2014 | Viewpoint

Gerrit Ledderhof, Strategy Manager, explains how collaboration on low carbon innovation has the power to make a real, impactful change in society.

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Sustainability - green world

Net Possible: how can a business succeed in giving back more than it takes?

Posted by Mark Reynolds | 4 February 2014 | Viewpoint

While many leading businesses strive put in place Net Positive sustainability strategies, aiming to give back more than they take, Mark Reynolds assesses whether this a meaningful or effective approach to addressing environmental challenges.

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