Organisations must ensure chief finance officers (CFOs) are educated on sustainable development if they are to keep up with environmentally concious competitors.
O2 has made a fashion statement by unveiling a range of functional mobile phones built into vintage shoes as part of its Recycle campaign.
When a former waste officer at Birmingham City Council hit the streets of Selly Oak to listen to local students, recycling performance dramatically improved. David Cowing reports
Significant investment in infrastructure will be the focus of the waste industry for the next five years, as demand for resource-led treatment solutions grows.
Generating electricity, fuel and heat through the use of renewable energy is supported by 79% of the UK public, with just 4% opposed, according to a government survey published today.
A circular economy cannot be achieved by business collaboration alone - strong intervention is also required from world governments, a leading commentator has warned.
The farming sector has welcomed a report which links the high consumption of meat to global water scarcity and urges the public to place a greater value on their intake.
Wales has launched a consultation to reduce construction waste while England looks set to take a laxer approach on the issue.
The average household water and sewerage bill in England and Wales is forecast to increase by 3.5%, or about £13 per year, says Ofwat.
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