edie TV News kicks off its first round-up of 2011 with a look at the big stories making environmental headlines this month.
A plan to remediate a former open cast mine which is now a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) has been announced by waste and renewable energy giant Viridor.
A coin which uses fewer raw materials and is more environmentally friendly to produce will be unveiled at the World Money Fair in Berlin later this week.
Economist, Professor Dieter Helm CBE, told MPs yesterday (January 25) that new gas stations need to be built to meet emissions targets in the electricity sector.
A new £2.5 million office building is being built in Bradford and is among one of the first buildings to fully comply with the latest Part L 2010 building regulations.
EDF Energy and edie's first webinar is less than a week away.
Seven major local authority waste projects were dealt a cruel blow in the Government's spending review, losing their PFI grant allocations. So is there a plan B for this much-needed infrastructure? asks David Burrows
UPM-Kymmene's new MRF will not only optimise recovered paper quality, but enable the company to forge stronger partnerships with local authorities on the collection front. Maxine Perella reports
Roadside and gully waste is a material stream often overlooked by local authorities. But, says George Anderson, there are plenty of recovery opportunities available
Global retail giant Tesco is looking to take its zero carbon commitments one step further by adopting energy-from-waste as a renewable technology. Maxine Perella reports
The founder of Climate Week, Kevin Steele, explains how climate change is at a 'tipping point' and the actions needed to stop it.
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