The latest international discussions on climate change have begun in Bonn today with the UN warning that a growing sense of urgency is needed as greenhouse gas emissions are set to reach record levels.
Defra's proposals for implementing the long-awaited MRF code of practice are not strong enough to effectively deliver the high standards that are needed across the materials recovery facility sector.
The cradle-to-cradle concept is now hugely influential in terms of sustainable product design. Bridgett Luther, president of the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, tells Daan Elffers how this agenda is shaping up
Multi-purpose reservoirs can harmonise society and the environment but most are not being used to their full potential and could be waiting decades for major droughts or floods, says Black & Veatch's Alex Hamilton.
Scotland is ahead of schedule in delivering its targets in
community and local ownership of renewable energy projects.
An investigation has been launched into the UK glass packaging supply chain to gain a deeper insight into the potential impacts of introducing split recycling targets for this material stream.
Faced with the economic impact of climate change, businesses face uncertain and unstable revenues and potential financial losses over the lifetime of their investments, according to a new report.
You may remember Victor Kiam, the US entrepreneur of television fame who 'liked the product so much he bought the company'. In fact he bought the Remington Shaver Company out of collapse and turned what was a $30m dollar loss into a $47m profit.
Nike has joined forces with NASA to explore new ways of pushing forward sustainable materials innovation in an initiative backed by US foreign ministries.
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