Month: July 2018
Ammonia storage plants and vertical farms: The best green innovations of the week
A number of eye-catching and potentially transformational innovations have emerged that could help businesses and nations deliver on resource efficiency, low-carbon transitions and combat climate change. Here, edie rounds-up six of the best.
British retailers call for progress on ‘weak’ corporate anti-slavery commitments
Several big-name British retailers, including Marks and Spencer (M&S), Tesco and the Co-op, are among the 35 organisations to have signed a joint statement calling on the UK Government to set up a central registry for companies' modern slavery statements.
edie’s latest report explores 8 key sustainability challenges, and how to solve them
edie has today (4 July) published a new insight report which reveals the results of a recent series of Mission Possible Workshop discussions, where sustainability and energy professionals convened to solve challenges and co-create a sustainable future.
Developing nations faced with huge climate-mitigation bill
Infrastructure investments totalling £470bn are needed across 10 African countries in order to enable national commitments to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), while up to £127bn may be required for developing countries to adapt to the impacts of climate change.
edie’s Sustainability Leaders Awards are back with a bang as entries officially open for 2019
They're back, bigger and bolder than ever. Entries for edie's 2019 Sustainability Leaders Awards are now officially open – and the scheme has undergone an exciting revamp to match the incredible progress being made by individuals and organisations across the country.
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