The road towards a low carbon economy will be laid out at the ET theatre during sustainabilitylive!
Financial implications of climate change, missed opportunities at COP15 and the 'climategate' emails will also feature in a key talk at Sustainabilitylive!
Hiding in a toilet and blogging 24 hours a day from Copenhagen's Bella Centre has given one Sustainabilitylive! speaker a unique take on COP15.
Energy company npower will roll out the big guns at NEMEX as it explains the financial benefits for firms under the Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) energy efficient scheme.
A high level panel chaired by a leading remediation expert will discuss the latest breakthroughs in the industry at BEX.
Understanding gas data and how it impacts on remediation will be among the key talks at BEX.
A council that has been operating pilot to rewarded dedicated recyclers has decided to expand the scheme to cover the entire borough.
Business does not 'understand' and is 'unprepared' for today's (April 1) launch of Britain's much hyped carbon trading scheme.
The focus on professor Phil Jones and his highly respected Climatic Research Unit (CRU) was 'largely misplaced', according to a panel of MPs.
The perceived failure of the Copenhagen summit and the climategate email scandal have dented corporate enthusiasm for carbon cutting efforts.
Business consultants Hurleypalmerflatt have looked at the costs and benefits of the Carbon Reduction Commitment - and argue that going for best practice is going to be more profitable than basic compliance.
Guy Battle, Deloitte LLP sustainability partner, comments the introduction of the Carbon Reduction Commitment.
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