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edie's Sustainability Leaders Awards will take place on the evening of 25 January, 2017 at the London Hilton on Park Lane

"Back, bigger and better than ever": edie's 2017 Sustainability Leaders Awards returns

The Sustainability Leaders Awards are back with a host of new categories and a revamped ceremony that will recognise the incredible people, initiatives and products that are helping to deliver excellence within the green economy.

The 2015 Sustainability Leaders Awards took place at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London on 19 November

Sustainability Leaders Awards 2015: Winners revealed

National Grid, Willmott Dixon and M&S are among the big winners of edie's 2015 Sustainablity Leaders Awards, announced at a glittering ceremony in London tonight (19 November).

edie editor Luke Nicholls with ClimateCare's Edward Morello

edie backs 'clean cooking' through emissions offset partnership

edie is supporting the rollout of efficient cooking stoves in the developing world thanks to a partnership with ClimateCare.

“Rather than living off our capital we should be living off our interest,” Hutchings said

Nature calls: Why business needs to take natural capital into account

Businesses are "sawing off the branch on which they stand" by failing to account for the natural capital impacts of their operations, a senior member of WWF-UK has said.

Both IKEA and B&Q are making strides towards the adoption of non-linear, more sustainable business models

Kingfisher and IKEA poised for business model shake-up

EXCLUSIVE: DIY retailer Kingfisher and flat-pack furniture maker IKEA have both indicated a strong desire to move towards the sharing economy and servitisation, as a "natural progression" of their business models.

Stansfield said that the average service time for an Interface employee in the European business was approaching 15 years

Interface: Sustainability credentials have boosted recruitment efforts

EXCLUSIVE: Interface's reputation as sustainability leader has helped the business attract top-level talent in all areas of the company, according to the firm's chief innovation officer.

Michael Dickstein says the planet's climate and resource challenges are now so vast that no one company or organisation can solve them alone

Heineken: Green partnerships only way to tackle planet's problems

EXCLUSIVE: Partnerships are the 'new age of sustainability', according to the director of global sustainable development at Heineken.

The new energy-from-waste plant will remove recyclable waste from black bins and recover energy from what is left over. Image: Veolia

Veolia puts Leeds at heart of circular economy ambition

Waste and water giant Veolia wants Leeds to become "a hub for circular economy innovation", induced by a flagship energy-from-waste (EfW) plant that the firm says will provide a multiple boost for the city.

Sustainability Leaders Forum 2015 agenda & speakers revealed

The annual edie Sustainability Leaders Forum, now in its ninth year, brings together ambitious international business professionals looking to move beyond environmental objectives; deliver transformational change in society and create more value within their organisation.

ClimateCare's Marie Le Page and Conference Content Manager, Dominica Andrews raising a glass of LifeStraw filtered water

Zero travel emissions for Sustainability Leaders Forum delegates

Delegates at the Sustainability Leaders Forum, organised by edie, had their travel emissions calculated and offset through Climate Care's LifeStraw Carbon for Water project.

Leasing IT equipment could significantly reduce the world's mounting electronic waste

Digital industry must embrace 'servicisation'

Businesses manufacturing and selling digital products must move towards a servicisation model if they are to help significantly reduce global electronic waste (e-waste), says HP's director of environmental responsibility EMEA.

Industry needs to think futuristically about the changes that are coming and what technology can bring

Digital industry must set aggressive environmental goals

The digital industry must set its own aggressive goals and not rely on Government regulation if it is to combat increasing energy consumption levels, says Hewlett-Packard director of environmental sustainability.

Sustainability Leaders Forum will be held on November 21

Top line-up confirmed for Sustainability Leaders Forum

Next month join forward-thinking professionals and gain insight from thought leaders on how to drive progressive change across your business and supply chain, at this year's Sustainability Leaders Forum.

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IEMA chief exec leaves for IOSH

The CEO of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA), Jan Chmiel, is leaving to take up the position of CEO at the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH).

Low carbon progress at mercy of 'embryonic' thinking - DECC

Energy efficiency is still an "embryonic market" which is undervalued by businesses according to a senior figure from DECC.

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