FirstCarbon Solutions director business development (Europe), Charles Hansard,writes for edie energy on the growth in carbon transparency in the global supply chain
Thames Water has unveiled revised plans to use brownfield sites, rather than greenfield, as part of its London Thames Tunnel project, resulting in £500m in additional costs.
A local authority and one of Ireland's biggest power firms is installing more electric car charging points as part of the Government's drive to get 10% of vehicles electrified by 2020.
Volumes of post-consumer plastics recovered for recycling have increased sharply in recent years, according to a recent report
The majority of people in Wales are in favour of the country introducing a charge on single-use carrier bags, new research shows.
Caroline Lucas MP for Brighton Pavilion and leader of the Green party of England and Wales writes exclusively for edie about the future of UK energy supplies and her first year in Parliament.
One of the UK's largest green energy producers Ecotricity has relaunched its ecobond renewable investment scheme.
The average British person thinks they bin almost 10% of their weekly shop, with 8% wasting up to a quarter of the food they regularly buy, according to new research from Sainsbury's.
Environmental charity Friends of the Earth has given the Government seven days to reverse cuts to renewables subsidies otherwise it will launch legal action.
A typical manufacturing SME spends around 50% of its overheads on materials - a cost that can be significantly reduced by using more recycled materials, according to WRAP.
ITT Corporation has spun off its water business, creating a new company for water and wastewater called Xylem.
A Catterick man who ran an illegal waste transfer station from his own home has been sentenced to four months in prison, suspended for 12 months, by Northallerton Magistrates.
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