Danny Bradbury is a regular contributor to BusinessGreen, a U.K.-based website on business and the environment published by Incisive Media.
Danny Bradbury is a regular contributor to BusinessGreen, a U.K.-based website on business and the environment published by Incisive Media. As a freelance technology journalist with 20 years' experience, he has written extensively for the Guardian, the Independent, the Financial Times, the National Post in Canada, Backbone magazine, MSN Canada and the trade press.
The Hantz Group wants to develop up to 10,000 acres of underutilized and vacant land in downtown Detroit -- almost a 10th of the city's 143-square-mile area -- and turn it into a mixture of cash crop land, ornamental gardens, and riding trails.
After two decades of development, countless environmental nanotechnologies are fast approaching commercial viability -- and the companies behind them have the potential to redefine the clean tech sector.
There are plenty of measures firms can take to limit the environmental impact of business conferences, even in the least-green of locations -- although ultimately holding fewer events may be most sustainable answer.