The largest independent wine bottler in the UK, Kingsland Wines &
Spirits, has boosted its green profile by installing solar panels
to its factory roof.
Concerns over feedstock security are heightening among waste management companies as the resource efficiency agenda gathers pace.
The unique position that Scottish local authorities hold in shaping community behaviour must be properly recognised by the Government in its climate change plans.
The European Commission has published its Green Paper today which focuses on developing a 2030 framework for EU climate change and energy policies.
Transforming board level buy-in into ground-level action is crucial for businesses looking to stay ahead of the curve in corporate sustainability, a leading CSR commentator has advised.
Businesses that are 'medium-sized users of energy' currently face 21% higher energy costs as a result of Government policies, according to new research.
Local schemes could offer potential recovery solutions for stuffing materials from bedding and furniture as the waste industry shifts its focus to tackling more challenging waste streams.
Water is failing EU environmental standards in more than 6,000 towns and cities across Europe, putting the health of millions of people at risk and rendering taxpayers liable for fines of over €1bn (£846m) a year, new research shows.
The EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) "no longer has a significant
impact on emission reductions," according to one in five
respondents to a carbon market survey.
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