Transform Magazine January 2016
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The Volkswagen scandal has heightened concerns about the vehicle emissions testing regime. Farah Alkhalisi reports
Businesses are dropping plans to install solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on the roofs of offices and factories after the government confirmed cuts to renewable energy subsidies on small-scale schemes.
The Paris climate change agreement gives companies a clear incentive to look closely at how they are positioned for a low-carbon future, business groups have said.
The new feed-in tariffs (FITs) for solar and wind is a cut of nly63% instead of the 91% originally proposed.
Innovation is often missing from strategies developed by European companies to respond to climate change, new research has found.
Environment secretary Liz Truss has confirmed that the government is reviewing national flood resilience after 16,000 properties in England were flooded in December and early January.
Recycling and landfill targets proposed by the European commission have been slammed as too low by MEPs.
A round-up of business news, including Unilever, Kingfisher, Sainsbury's and Arsenal.
Mobile communications technology saves more than 180 million tonnes of CO2-equivalent emissions a year across Europe and the US.
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